Balladins Confort- Emerainville
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After 18 or so hours via Dubai, I arrived at Charles De Gaulle. Expectantly waited for the bike bag (noticed only a couple of dings) and headed to the outside of terminal 2c and waited for the boys and the camper. Given I did not have any of their French mobiles numbers and it was 10.15am, I was a ...
... restoring part of it so it doesn't look as good as it did my first time due to the scaffolding. It is still a sight to behold! We decided to get a drink but really we wanted to sit down. Paris is one of those cities where I forget how much I am walking because the city is beautiful. We sat down at the first place we saw and took in the views of the Champs Élysées! Fast forward a little bit: I found out later from my Parisian friend Charlotte that ...
Nick and I woke up at 9 AM this morning so that we could start our day. Tara and Charlie were up and about already and Greg had just left for work. We made sandwhiches so that we could save some money while we wandered around Paris. Tara took us to the Market down the street where we bought some fruit to take with us. We didn't pay attention to the prices and ended up purchasing $18/kg apricots. Tara made fun of us for it. We also bought some apples and carrots.
... buildings and playgrounds so I can see and hear people walking their dogs as well as kids playing on the playgrounds, making it feel more like home. I live in a great location because it is very residential, yet only a ten minute walk to the business district called La Defense, where the grocery store, university, biggest mall in Europe, metro, and office buildings are located.
... the Lourve. We decided against going inside this too. It is such a massive museum that we would not have enough time to even do a small part of it justice. If we had a solid two days to give to it things might have been different. It is very surreal for me to see all of these places in person when previously I had only seen them in movies. After our super touristy pictures by the pyramids we moved on.
Next stop was the Arc De Triomphe. It was pretty massive and ...
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