Hotel Carladez Cambronne
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... the French delicacy of snails!! I will say it depends on which restaurant you go to as whether it is nice or not! I also brought a Paris phone case in Paris!! The 2nd night was very entertaining! Had one of my room mates get so drunk that once she laid down she vomited in her bed!! It was pretty funny! But me and my other room mate took care of it and it was fine! So far it has been good and we are now on the way to Switzerland and the place where I skydive tomorrow!! ...
... original one is in Italy. Part of it collapsed, now they are slowly eliminating the areas to hang a lock, but we were able to hang one and throw the keys in the river. -The Louvre - it used to be royal palace. The part that connected both ends was taken apart during French Revolution, which ruined symmetry of center of Paris. -Gardens of Tillary: gardens in the center of Paris. It's symmetry is thrown off in the center. -Eiffel Tower: Parisians hated the Eiffel Tower; they ...
... which was also close to our apartment but away from the Seine. As we got outside, a staff member was shooing a couple of pickpockets away from a young Asian man. They left him but as soon as he walked away they honed back in on him. He looked so gullible that we intervened. With some sign language we explained what they were trying to do and he finally twigged. This resulted in a tirade of abuse from the pickpockets but I just smiled and waved as you ...
... like a lunatic. We concluded approximately 95% of the art on display involved no real talent and vowed to avoid art museums in our future travels.
The plan was to then stop in at Angelina's for one of her famous hot chocolates, but after baulking the price (€8.50), and the line, we continued on. Instead we had some drinks at one of the many Pret a Manger cafes, picked up a couple of groceries and headed back to the apartment.
... the word) gothic cathedrals in France. Unlike the cathedral in Chartres, this one was being renovated on the outside, but inside it actually felt like a church. It was late in the day, so there were few tourists, and there was a service with some singing in one of the side chapels, which added to the ambiance. I continue to be amazed by these magnificent structures that were designed and built so long ago. Construction on ...