BEST WESTERN Aurore
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... 8364; 4.60)? I’m giving him € 4 (much more than I would like to) and now the strategy is, there is no way you’ll get more. I’m little bit surprised it works (after around 7 min).
Good to know: Never ever take your wallet to the hand, have some spare coins on the pocket… It’s not because of possibility of stealing it, but because of he will know that you have more money.
At this moment I’ll jump in story little bit, but ...
... us giant chalkboards and propped them up on chairs when we asked for a menu. We went back to the Eiffel Tower to see it at night- it was beautiful. We had such a nice time sitting on some steps watching people go by and looking across the city. Lacy insisted that the tower sparkled at night and I just kept laughing at her and her crazy ideas until suddenly it turned midnight, and indeed, the tower began to sparkle. It was really awesome :) ...
... renovations when we arrived. But luckily cos we were in Saint Germaine there are HEAPS of restaurants to choose from, so we had no problems finding somewhere else.Once we found a place to eat, we of course decided we should try Escargot (Mum and dad have had it before).... As daunting as it was eating a snail straight out of the shell... They were actually quite nice! I reckon they taste like crockpot lamb (Crabs and snora will remember mums lamb neck stew - it ...
Well, actually, Avril is no longer in Paris - I'm in Provence, having already spent 5 days in the City of Light and a weekend in Normandy. But such are the daily demands of vacationing that I haven't had a chance to write since the day I arrived. So I used the train trip to Avignon to catch up on my journaling and am posting it from our lovely Airbnb in Isle sur la Sorgue. But more about those later. First up, a summary of Paris!
... D'Orsay. I was very excited to be going here but alas it was not so great. I men it was excellent, Monet, Degas, Cézanne, Gauguin, Signac, Pissarro, Manet, Boudin and of course Van Gogh, of which I was unable to see as it was totally booked out for the day. There was a little too much furniture on display for my liking and you can't help but compare it to the Louvre which is unfair as it is a different period but you can't help ...