Hotel Chateau Frontenac
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I heard the parents get home last night around 2am, so when they said they'd be home late, they really meant it. I also heard them again this morning getting ready for work. It was quieter than normal because there were only 2 of them instead of 4 getting ready. I got to sleep in and relax all morning long.
I just hung out in my room all morning and didn't get dressed until noon again. I love this vacation stuff, who needs to wake up early? Not this girl. I had some ...
... we went to see the Arc de Triomphe. What a gorgeous structure. We stopped for some photos and headed to dinner. Traffic in Paris is unbelievable! We were in a roundabout and cars were going every way possible! I can't imagine how many accidents happen there every year. We went to a buffet dinner tat was very good but most of us weren't very hungry because we ate 2 hours before. After dinner we headed to our hotel for some much deserved rest! What a ...
At six-o'clock this morning we sadly parted company with our two travel buddies, Lucy and Irene, as they boarded a taxi for the drive to Schiphol airport and their flight back home. Dee and I want to thank both of them for sharing so many memorable moments with us in Italy and Amsterdam, and for all the laughs we had along the way! After we arrived in Paris later in the day, we received news from Irene that they had arrived ...
... at me cause he was sick and tired of my legs hitting the back of his seat. Well, I can't make me smaller. Finally we arrived at Malaga at 1pm local time. Walking of the stinky plane was a relief. 70 degrees and sunny! But then, they cram us on a bus from the tarmack all the way to the terminal. Nasty all over again. And who did I have to stand by, the dude claiming I was kicking his seat. It's was funny cause he finally saw how big I was and just out his head down. Size does ...
... find myself about 5 city blocks away from the entrance. There's miles and miles of tunnels, but the area for the tour is about a mile long. It was a fun, yet creepy experience. I may have met a few new friends & permanent residents down there... As I walk back to the metro, I stop to purchase a coffee. My goal is to tour the Louvre. But I get out on the wrong metro stop. I find myself in a maze of metro tunnels and shops. Then the metro tunnels run into a ...