Quality Hotel Axel Opera
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... t worry, I’ll be right back in story line. Near the Eiffel tower I meet another good example of scamming. Girls with something what looks as “petition” in hand will ask you, if you speak English, and then will tell you something like this “please sing this, it’s for ill children…”. When you ask for more information or for what organization it is they will A) run away: B) will tell you it’s not “petition” but giving ...
... Just a few hours later, we woke up and took the Metro to a bus to a plane to get to Ireland. It was early and we got extremely lost trying to find the bus and made our shuttle with minutes to spare. Although Paris was a bit dirty and smelly and overwhelming huge and crowded and dreary, it was nice to see the sights and we are glad we got to experience them. We don't necessarily need to go back any time soon, but Paris was definitely worth the stop!
... that) so I was quite impressed that we liked them. Gary and I just shared 6 snails as a starter...but we certainly weren't game enough to try Steak Tartar (raw mince meat...mmmmm) eekkkk....although Dad has had it and he enjoyed it. After a bottle of yummy Red wine to share and dessert we headed out back into rain :-( to find a cab home.
Tomorrow we are going to mission it to Notre Dame and see what else takes our fancy. Should be good!
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... I", but in fact my journey is now "we," because for the first time in many years I'm travelling full-time with a companion. The day after I arrived in Paris I was joined by my sweetheart, Avi, and we will be travelling together till mid-August when he returns to Canada and I carry on to Spain. This wasn't something I foresaw when I first planned my trip to Europe - I initially envisioned joining some of my IFVP friends in Prague after EuViz, ...
... do it anyway. Before I left Melbourne I had said the first thing I buy is going to be a Crepe Nutella, which I did as soon as I left the Musee D'Orsay. And boy was it delicious. Following the crepe I noticed a building that I had not earlier. It looked pretty interesting so I wandered over. It turned out to be the Musée de la Légion d'honneur. The history of the Legion of Honour that was started by Emperor Napoleon. It was ...