Hotel Champs-Elysees Friedland
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... out it was donkey testicles. After dinner we walked down the Champs Elysee, where we explored the massive H&M that had televisions that moved like an elevator between the floors, with ads on them, and tried on ridiculous lipsticks at the Mac store.
The next day Lindsey and Margie left because they had class, and Natalie and I (we don't have Monday classes-- best decision ever) met up with our other friend Peter who was in Paris visiting a friend. We walked up ...
... continued to the rich area of Paris and walked past windows with jewellery worth €500,000! We walked past the Justice Building, where a month ago a law for gay marriage passed. There were many demonstrations and still are, but because in this square demonstrations are illegal, they do it sneaky. People would stand separately staring at the building, that is their demonstration against the law. After this square ...
... rain for several minutes and...it was closed on Mondays! Aurelie was less than impressed!
Plan "C" - when all else fails, shop! Aurelie took us to "Galeries LaFayette", the most famous department store in Paris and the prices were indeed something to behold. I saw a wristwatch for 186,000 Euro, about what my house is worth! Aurelie pointed out a childs Dior coat that was like something you'd see in ...
... amongst the gypsies, on the grass under the sun and gazing at the Eiffel. Once we stuffed ourselves silly we ventured to the champs élysées. The arc de triomphe is the centre piece of the start of the champs. Ventured to laudree and Louis Vuitton- waited in a line to get in, would of been annoyed if we were going to buy something! Time to head back to jades and get ready for ...
A big smile, skipping around in Minnie Mouse ears and thinking happy
thoughts is required at Disneyland to ignore the cue waiting times and crying
or screaming children. Plenty of patience is required at Disneyland because you
have to line up for just about everything. Our longest cue waiting time (for
the Buzz Lightyear Laser Challenge) was nearly an hour! You also have to be
careful not to step on one of the million children that ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services