B&B Roissy Charles de Gaulle
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Transferred out to Roissy de France, a village of hotels out by Charles de Gaul airport. Easy journey by metro (€9.75) out to the airport and then a free shuttle bus to the hotels. Went back into Paris to meet up with Anthony for dinner. Had a very nice evening and then made our way back to the ...
Today i had a pretty similar morning to yesterday ; woke up around 10, went to the bakery, ate breakfast with Nim etc. we decided we'd go to the louvre because it was rainy and the area might not be as busy. Nim took ages to get ready but we departed around 12 and got the tube to the area near the louvre. We sat down for a coffee that ended up costing 8 euros in total. Nim told me about some clubs that sound pretty cool wooo. We went into the ...
... Monsieur and coffee before heading home for a wine. We were all pretty tired from the big day before and the early morning. Eventually, I decided I should cook dinner, so started preparing the veges. When I went into the fridge to get the chicken breasts out I couldn't find them anywhere. I asked Adam where he'd put them, and at the same moment we both realised we had forgotten to buy them. We were planning on buying them last. Never mind, let's just get one of the roast ...
... ones trying to get u to have a shadow portrait done.....they didn't look that good. But a lot of artists were doing portraits...see photos and some were very good. Liked some of the paintings too. Mum you could set up here and make a bit of money to pay for a trip here? You were able to buy original paintings. But a bit difficult to cart home, would have liked one though. Stopped for some lunch, it was after 2 pm and I was feeling a bit on the ...
... homes combined with all the walking they do on a daily basis and stuffy metro trains, and lastly, the plethora of homeless people laying on the middle of busy sidewalks with cups in their hands begging for money. It's very strange to see these people, they don't move, they don't speak, they just lay there with their head down as if they would gladly welcome death. It's even worse to watch people walk by, or sometimes over, them as if they ...