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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... observation was how dirty the city is. Maybe its because I am not used to the extra clean streets of Dublin, but Paris was gross. There was trash everywhere and in general the city seemed runned down. The actual monuments and experiences were amazing and I am so lucky to experience them, but although watching Mary-Kate and Ashley's Passport to Paris prepared us for the culture that we were about to immerse ourselves in before we went, it definitely did ...
... we enjoyed the hot chocolate near the train station on the way back to Paris.
We decided to stop at Champ Eleysee to look at the Christmas lights. There were lots of temporary stalls with food, trickets, and jewels and hot wine and chocolate. We walked all the way up, looked at the Arc D'Triomphe, then walked down the other side. Jessamy bought a 'selfie stick', Tristan bought a Nutella crepe, and Amy lost her glove (again).
... bunks. This overnight train was
the cattle boat for sure with people that appeared to be from all over the
world. There was a certain smell that we were presented with as soon as we boarded,
one that you would expect with this kind of scenario. We settled into our small
cabin and figured out how to fold down the bunks and get ready for bed. I think
if I tried to imagine what a bunk would feel like in a jail cell, this would be
it. Needless ...
... idea. We got packed and then decided that Caleb should see the Eiffel Tower at night as it's pretty special. We got off the Metro just in time and Caleb got to see it sparkle for 9pm as it does this on the hour after 9pm. As we had been hungry and eaten already it was decided by the shortest member of the group that Oreos beneath the lit up tower would be just perfect - he was right. Back home and one sleep till we head off for Morocco ...
... music, food and people dressed up in national costume, a visit to the National Gallery to see some of the world's masters and especially enjoyed their impressionist section.
We had a fascinating day going to Hampton Court Palace where we saw King Henry VIII and his amazing home, and wondered through the beautiful gardens before getting genuinely lost in the maze!
Another day we spent at the Royal Horticultural Society's magnificent Wisley Gardens, ...