Adagio Access Vanves Porte de Chatillon
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... to follow our hosts directions and we found our street in the heart of the Marais. Our building was ordinary behind an extremely heavy wooden door. I punched in the codes and we were then in an open courtyard with old looking wooden stairs heading up. We are on the fifth floor and met Vincent at the apartment. He was very kind and eager to help us any way he could. The quality of the apartment was a surprise. First of all it has a fantastic view of the street and old ...
... and musings provide you with a palpable idea of this city. The lourve, as vast as it is meaningful, exceeded any and all lofty expectations. Its bones are constructed from ancestral palaces remnant from the days of Henry the Second. After hours of roaming this reminder of our art, our history - I realized that the city itself is a museum. Look around you, everything we touch, everything we build ... It is your history.
... back. I was so tired and ready to get into bed. Right when I got out of the station, I headed straight to a bus stop, there was no way I was going to drag my bag back to Boudonville. The bus got there right as I showed up and I made it, it was my lucky day.
I got back into my room around 7:30pm. Longest day of travel ever. I'm so glad to be back, even though I'm exhausted and sick. Hopefully this week of exams doesn't kick my butt too much. I should have studied more.
... It definitely has character and charm. We are managing to beam up all the electronics which is good but I don't have the flat iron which is not good. The girls had a map following lesson today and managed okay. A little more practice they will be able to travel to Paris on their own. Well maybe not for a few years anyway. Well back to the 32 degree sunshine. Yes, they are wearing their hats and sunscreen. They will be in the pool alter as well so they will be ...
... on a suburban street. We walked down the hilly street to Rue Belleville and then took a leisurely stroll up to the park, it was lovely being away from tourists and seeing locals enjoying their day. This is an area that has many migrants so it is full of many different styles of restaurants, kebab shops, asian eateries, indian restaurants you name it and it was there. We slowly meandered down the hill, stopping at a bakery for a Panne Chocolate ...