B&B Orly Rungis
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... off walking like a drunk and not remembering seeing anything at all. Why do people still do it? Both Harry & I gave up first after 1/2 a day and then it took a toll on poor Kellen but I-zan was still buzzing!! We went on some more sane rides like the Pirates of the Caribbean and the Haunted House and I must say I was blown away by those slow moving rides. There was so much detail and so much happening that we had to gasp. I could keep going on those rides again ...
... blokes are doing OK with their dicky knees and backs. After an hour of battling the horrid weather and the strange roads, we head back to our apartment. We are overtired and over stretched. We find our local bread shop is shut for Monday. We wander in circles looking for more bread. Its too hard. We make a lunch, rationing our bread and making up for it with extra cheese and salad. Rest time. I realise I have been getting anxious because there is an expectation from the group ...
The bus collected us from our hostel at 10am after breakfast for a morning trip to Nice. A beautiful seaside town famous for its flower market. We were dropped off and given some free time to wander around the old town and markets.
At 12pm we rendezvoused with our coach for the short trip to Gare de Nice Ville, the station in Nice. Here we boarded the TGV train to Paris.
The TGV travels at 300km per hour at top speed. The trip took us six hours to get to ...
... and we were able to catch up and go out a lot with his group of friends who are all from Argentina. It felt a lot like being in Argentina again and we would visit some touristic places and then go to one of his friend’s house and have some beers. By the last couple days of my stay I was no longer a tourist in the city; I had learned the metro lines, could somewhat communicate with the French, and I stopped contemplating ...
... up with our friends and took lots of pictures as we got closer and closer. We hung out around the Tower a little while but didn’t go up because we didn’t have time, then started to walk to a metro. We crossed a beautiful bridge and the sun was setting on the river so obviously we stopped to take pictures! A very nice American student offered to take a picture of all of us, it turns out she was a photographer. She was totally gushing over ...
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