Alliance Hotel Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines
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... saw a VIP taxi service and I spoke to them. They hire out drivers and cars for $50rm per hour so I booked the driver for six hours at a total of $300rm or $98 aus. This was the way to go. I met my driver and we worked out a plan of attack, what a wonderful man his name was Vera. We first went to the Batu Caves in the north of the city, a holy place for many religions of the area. Vera walked with me and gave me a guided tour, he also prayed at many of the chapels. There are 290 odd ...
... but excited as we whizzed up to the second floor platform of the tower. We had to get off to switch elevators so that we could go to the summit. It was fairly busy at the top, but not busy enough for two proposals to happen while we were there! We took our time going around the summit and looking at Paris before we headed back down to the second platform to check out that view. Evan was impressed that he'd been up the Willis Tower in Chicago, which ...
... more than the typical European fare of cold cuts and bread. There was cereal, bacon and all the fixings fior a British fry up. Once our bellies were full we went to the lobby to await for departure and our lovely American boys found a video game and began to play. You can take the boys out of the States but you can't take the American out of the boys. They were drawn like moths to a ...
We had today all planned out from the start. We wanted to see the Notre Dame, the Sacré-cœur Basilica and possibly walk past moulin rouge. Since we are on a budget friendly trip and cause we're young and hip we decided to walk most of it. (Except the longest distance from our apartment to Notre Dame) so we set out taking the metro to Notre Dame. Notre Dame is just like how it is portrayed in the Disney movie. It's big and there are gargoyles on it...No joke. I felt ...
... Basque, portions spoke Catalan, some spoke a Gaelic dialect of some kind, and a few other things. And then at some point someone came in and said, no, everyone in France will ONLY speak French. Language unites a national culturally in many ways, and there are so many stereotypes about people in France and their pride in the language of French it’s funny to think that most of the country didn’t even speak it until the last two hundred years.
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