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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... back at that time so no taxi fees to pay! But
while waiting at the pick up point we were harassed by about 5 black french
guys. I was very tempted to use my french swearing that my mom taught me but
thought it better to ignore them for now while other girls shouted which only
egged them on. Anyways after repeating over and over to just ignore them they
eventually did and the guys just moved on. It wasn't anything serious but just
... and got the tiniest lift you have ever seen - 2 people and 2 cases maxed it out - and opened our door to find a really very nice room on the corner of the building looking out over an intersection of roads! 3 doors opened out onto a balcony and it seemed to be very soundproofed and very functional just as Hotels.com had promised! Winner! And it had super fast free WiFi!
So after a couple of hours to unpack and get organised we met up with Den and ...
... were disappointed with our room for what we had paid. No big deal but David and I talked about the MUST have things in a B&B and how much more we would consider the comfort of the guests. Only 1 ****** chair to sit on, the worst bed with scratchy cheap sheets that irritated me in the night, no curtain at the bathroom window looking out onto the garden, no tea/coffee making facility - and other minor things. Funny since the outside was so beautiful - ...
... stores clearly one visit was not going to suffice, 2 hours later from shoe department Lexi and I came up for air from level one with some super cute Guess purchases.
Lexi loves her shoes so much she wanted to sleep with them, and keeps wiping every mark, Bless her.
So with shopping in hand and a day full of new experiences we ventured back to our loft. For a quiet evening in.
... cool.. They have a very interesting history as a stone quarry and then the solution to septic diseased water due to overfilling of cemeteries in Paris. In the 1800’s more than 6 million skeletal remains were brought here for safe keeping after in late 1700’s there was a large renovation of the quarries to keep them from sinking and devouring city streets and Parisian inhabitants. Its amazing to see and to ...