B&B Orly Rungis
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... to print our boarding passes at the hotel, but the website said that something was wrong with my info and we had to do it at the terminal. Oh, ****! We decided to drop off the car first. They gave a little map on how to get to the leasing lot, but we could not find it. The GPS was no use as it called all of the roads at the airport as (unnamed road). We drove around for a while and finally called the ...
We are becoming flâneurs, people who wander around Paris to take in all the sights and sounds, tastes and smells, and try to tune in to the city's history and its aesthetics. We enjoyed the beautiful colors of the flowers in the Jardin des Plantes, savored frog's legs and sardines-in-a-cage, and admired some of its crown jewels: the ...
... Wiggles cooked us a yummy stir-fry and filled some crunchy bread with French onion dip, which was a big hit. We then had our first proper group party, where we met another contiki through some ice-breaker games and several of the boys ended up doing nudie runs around the campsite. The crunchy bread was devoured by those partying hard, and we had a few rounds of "Never Have I Ever" to get to know each other even more intimately.
It took me five and a half hours, but I did it.
When i was at high school I hated sports, well to be honest I didn't like sports but I really hated Cross Country Running. At certain times of the year we were made to run what seemed like a marathon, usually on a cold and drizzly day. After running for the first hundred metres through muddy fields I'd usually get a stitch in my side and end up walking the rest of the way around ...
... a way. There is something very special about a simple French pastry that I'm not soon to forget. Something I really want to go back for is some sort of hotdog in a baguette with cheese all over the too and toasted. We have seen so many of them around so it must be a Paris thing. Also apparently Paris is really Ito their hamburgers these days with specialty places popping up everywhere. Bryan and I have to eat one before we leave. After breakfast we showed ...
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