Wednesday, Sept 14, 2016 – Day 4 of Paris, Day 1 of London
<–Previously, we had our fill of Parisian sights both royal and river
And now was when we had to leave Paris. :-(. We got up comfortably and first packed our bags, which was wise. We then went and grabbed breakfast at the St Regis cafe down the street from our hotel, which was probably where we should have been going from the get go. Very nice.
Last Breakfast in Paris
We then checked out and got an Uber (yay, technology) to Gare du Nord as that’s where the Eurostar train leaves from. I was a bit nervous as to how that whole process works, and while it is a bit of security, it’s fairly painless. You do have to go through UK Customs there, which was somewhat overwhelming as there’s a form and everything. A Form!!! 🙂 Whatever, we got through, and then it was time to board. I had purchased tickets for Comfort Economy which was a nice way to do it, as the seats are comfy and you get served a meal and plenty of beverages. And that’s what we’ve been on while I’ve been typing this recap up of the Paris journey. We actually just emerged from the Chunnel which seemed to fly by. We’re in England! Continue reading Taking the Chunnel to London