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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... I also played with two young men from Phoenix and a woman who I kindof knew from summer love, who were all super nice. One of the guys was an absolutely amazing handler, (and a cutie.) I absolutely loved playing beach ultimate with them. It was seriously one of the funnest times. I was also in charge of taking pictures, so it was cool to see alot of familiar faces from the Paris ultimate scene. We ended up winning all of our games, except for the championship :( but ...
... with a pleasant anise/licorice taste. Along our walk we saw many street vendors, the University, Le Pantheon and another gorgeous church, Eglise Saint Etienne DV Mont. As we started to grow hungry for lunch, we saw a large garden on the map ahead and decided we'd grab a seat in the park and look up the best spots for a picnic lunch...only to find the Jardin Du Luxembourg was THE spot to be to relax in the grass and have a picnic or afternoon nap. We had fun ...
... towards what I understood was the "Peace Memorial". Unfortunately it wasn't well kept and there was quite a bit of damage done to the memorial. This was kind of sad....A Peace Memorial that no one respected, sad. Next we walked on to the Rue de Cler Market area which was not as lively as other days since it was Monday. We also walked through an area and saw a really cool art deco ...
It was really interesting to see how the French decorate for the holidays. The lights and animations were fabulous, but it is totally secular. Their version of Santa is Pere Noel - Father Christmas. There are churches and cathedrals everywhere, but Church and State are very separate. Inside the Grand ...
We achieved the necrophiliac's dream this morning with a devious mix of a bit of an early departure from the apartment and breakfast in the queue of the living to view 6,000,000 (true) dead bodies , actually their bones chucked in because the cemeteries were over full. Some dude decided to make some order out of chaos so all the bones are arranged in neat piles along 800 meters of tunnels , former quarries for building stone . ( Ali's idea to have a look ) Bought some cheese on ...