La Lombarde Bed & Breakfast
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We joined the group in the basement of the hotel for breakfast then asked for taxis to come get us to take us to the Cityrama office again today. Apparently Connie, Denny & Elaine had a disagreement with the taxi driver for charging them for his drive to the hotel to pick them up. This lead to the taxi driver going inside to get the hotel manager after the group would not get in the taxi unless the driver reset the ...
... was on the last lap where one of the bikers tossed his water bottle to the side while biking at a speed of about 60km an hour. The water bottle flew through the air and somehow Jonathan managed to catch it so now he has a pretty fantastic souvenir of our time in Paris. I doubt that many other people got a water bottle from the finals, but even fewer who actually caught it in mid-air.
... job of showing you the most of the town you are in, giving you a great background about the sights and doing it comfortably,flexibly and quickly.
It was much better than I expected, and less structured. The tour guide was a headphone commentary that was triggered by the GPS of the bus, and we could hop on & off along the way, as another bus was only 5 minutes behind.
Jumping off at the Louvre we lined up to go and ...
... an ATM and have it work!! Nick really, reallllly wanted to see the catacombs so that was our first stop. We had bought 3-Day Paris Metro passes so we could see the most we could of Paris and use the metro as much as possible to get places. We got off at the catacombs stop and it was POURING rain. We had hauled an umbrella with us for the entire trip so far because I knew we'd need it in Paris. The line up was huge at the catacombs even in the rain. The last ...
(This is Stacey - this blog may bore some people with all the details of my marathon - sorry!). Today is marathon day! I woke up super early this morning after a restless night. I couldn't believe it I had a sore throat and blocked nose. Of all days! My marathon guide suggested eating breakfast at least 3 hrs before the race so it has been properly digested, so that's what I did. I had a good breakfast of rolled oats, a bagel with banana and a cup of ...