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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... dried my underwear and socks for over an hour and like they were still slightly damp. The dryer is ****.
We went to the neighbor's house to watch a movie. I don't remember the name of it, but it was really funny. It was about a very traditional Catholic family with four daughters. The first daughter married a Muslim man, the next daughter married a Jewish man, the next daughter married a Chinese man. The parents ...
... who was very nice and let him back in once he had secured the apple cutting weapon.
The chapel is so beautiful. We went into the lower chapel first, which is very nice, with a blue painted domed ceiling that looks like velvet. Then we went upstairs to the King's lavish chapel. There is so much stained glass, it is spectacular with the sun shining through. The windows are very detailed. There was a big crowd in there, some were quite noisy.
After picking up the knife and ...
Today was a crazy busy day....and I think we got a lot of the major sights in! Before we got started for the day, I walked over to the boulangerie to pick up some fresh croissants and a baguette for breakfast. The best! Then it was off for the day! Since it's so hot, we wanted to reduce our walking time, so we decided to do the hop on-hop off bus. We took ...
Wow! Our second flight seats were on the upper deck of a A380 jumbo plane. More pleasant, quieter and less stuffy and crowded than below. Makes us sound like upper class snobs but it wasn't first or business class! Had a fairly restless night of trying to sleep after being served supper which was actually a main meal within the first hour of the flight. We are certainly going to have to walk lots in ...
... the city. We have the hiking boots on and we are ready to go. The tour was fantastic. We had a great tour guide and he showed us many of the sites around Paris. The history of the place is so hard to comprehend, compared to our own. We started at the Eiffel Tower and then onto the Military Museum, the Louvre and many other sites. Probably could have gone for another three hours and still not seen everything. I ...