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- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
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... place. Josh is definitely a better person than I am. The old guy was from Ohio, and was not trying to scam us. He appreciated the company, and took great joy in telling us about his experiences so far in Paris, and about his niece who was coming to visit him in a week's time. I was told to not talk to strangers in Paris, and now I'm just confused? Stay tuned for tomorrow's blog entry, when Josh and I get ...
I woke yesterday morning drenched in sweat all because of this apparently 'freakish' heat wave in Europe (and the fact that our rooms had no air conditioning). Either way, the summer I had begged for all along was here and I was going to make sure I enjoy it enough to get through winter without wanting to kill someone.
The train station in Antwerp is absolutely beautiful! It is a massive structure that makes you wonder why all ...
20th May 2015. Wednesday.
The boys woke up super excited and raring to go. Once they were dressed, Godwin shooed us off to Nicole's room for breakfast. The hotel had breakfast at 11€ per head, but we decided to pass as Nicole had stocked up on breakfast supplies from Switzerland.
We went down to her apartment (nice, spacious, she said it felt roomier than ours), and after the boys watched some tv, and refused to really eat much, we headed down ...
... but comfortable.
A late start as out visit to the Eiffel Tower does not start until 11 am. Took a cab from the hotel (16 euro) to the address of the company that we had booked the tour with. this allowed us to avoid the long lines for tickets at the tower itself and to be able to approach the lifts directly. Well worth the money.
Our ticket included the ascension to the top of the tower and the 360 degree views from there were great. ...
... a proper pair of headphones would improve his life ten fold he purchased the creme de la creme, the rolls Royce of listening devices. I took the more practical route, stocking up my weight in chocolate just incase we were to be forced into famine. We reached the shores of Callis, at least I think that's what it was called. We were on a French soil, I had flashes of Madame Cooper rolling her eyes as I butchered the French language, with this in mind at the first ...