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- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... stories of something in particular, like just focusing on Charles de Gaulle.
We stopped to refresh ourselves with a popsicle at a gasoline snack shop before moving on to the Rodin Museum, the largest in the world. Unfortunately, it was under renovation, so we could not see all of it. There was first a smaller section indoors, and ...
... trying not to spill the tea. I left Sarah talking to him at the room door. Ny feet could take no more. I needed to take my shoes off and drink my tea. I then realised that he wasn't going anywhere so we both pushed him out, jammed a chair out underneath the door and Sarah had to pee in the shower. We slept, fully clothed and packed until we had to leave, the end of our adventure we thought. Oh. No. The wrong train and a delay we made the bus by seconds. And en slept. All the way ...
... got one which tasted amazing! Then we split up because Mike and Abi didn't want to go to the Louvre because they had done it before and they went to hang out together. Ron and I first went to check out the glass pyramids and take some photos, He got a cool photo of me leaning on one of the small pyramids. Ron and I then headed off to buy our tickets to the Louvre. Because Ron is awesome he had done research and found that there was another place to buy ...
... to be at 7:30, except we heard last call as we were finishing going through security, and had to run on to the runway to get onto our plane before they closed the doors to de-ice the plane. At least we made it! We had no issues with our connecting flight in Stockholm and safely landed in Paris. From there, we knew we had to take a bus that could take us to a main metro station where we would get on the subway to our hotel. As we walked up to ...
... something from the butcher and you can also get some baked goods. There are also a couple of bistros. Every neighborhood has one. Mine is on Rue Daguerre.. One of the other things I did before I came to Paris was listen to the Join Us in Paris podcast run by two women, one American and one Parisian. They said it is essential when walking into a store, the minute you step over the threshold you say Bonjour if it is in the day or ...