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... room. As you can imagine His house is beautiful and full of colour. Apparently at the time a more austere decorating style for homes was the fashion. His house is full of Japanese sketches and his and his other impressionist artists friends paintings such as Renoir. The dining room was bright yellow. Unfortunately we weren't allowed to take pictures inside the house but I took a picture of the ...
... door to each other. After a morning of sightseeing, we found a shady bench along the Seine River and enjoyed our simple, yet fulfilling lunch, with a breathtaking view. All of this for under €12, what a deal! After lunch we indulged in Paris' most beloved ice cream, Berthillon. To give our feet a much-needed break, we hopped aboard a boat and enjoyed a narrated cruise on the Seine and saw some of the city's most famous ...
... an idiot. There, I said it, I'm sorry. After these kids had left, the remaining roommates woke us up with an alarm on full-blast an hour or so later. I thought they had packed up and gone for good as well but I realized they had only set an alarm so that they wouldn't miss breakfast. I appreciate your prioritizing of breakfast, clearly the most important meal of the day, but C'MON!! Please excuse my rant. I realize I am sleeping in hostels but using your inside voice (and your ...
... our cruise and the rest of the holiday might not happen! The positive for the day is our apartment, it's very cute. Top floor of a lovely old building, with a great little terrace on the roof. Will attach some photos when I can. Needless to say was a long and tiring day, poor kids fell asleep on the couch with no dinner and james and I had a pizza about 10pm and passed out as well! Better days ahead we ...
... girls wear black leggings, black leather jackets, and long blond hair. College kids wear anything and everything.
Men and women wear long scarves draped artistically around the neck…even when the weather is warm.
Comverse Shoes has an extensive ad campaign in all the metros proclaiming: Shoes are boring. Wear SNEAKERS!
Ice in drinks…not here!
TV ads ...
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