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... unlike a lot of the other ones that were in the cemetery. After his we looked for Oscar Wilde's grave and after quite some time finally stumbled upon it haha. His was much more elaborate and was really incredible. When we finally figured we had seen enough of the cemetery we set off to go to the famous mall. There's not much that I have to say for this mall.....but wow. We walked in and I was immediately overwhelmed. There were guards letting people in and out of the ...
... in was so long that we went home.
The day was sunny and cloudless earlier, but it was raining in our neighbourhood when we got there,
Well, back The Fred Hotel to read my book.
Where dinner be? I wonder!
Here is a question from yesterday- Name a composition by Rossini.
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... up the top - sink me!
It's quite a small but cute apartment. There was a double bed above in a sort of loft area and also another room with a double bed, a tiny bathroom with a sink, toilet, shower, washing machine and I think a dryer, kitchen, living room etc. It's all very small - much tinier than Nick and Dee's place!
Once we'd settled in we hurried back down the stairs to hit the streets of Paris. We were almost n the centre of town which was quite ...
... 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 ...
... contributors to math, science, philosophy and literature and i feel that more than other countries and make it a point to honor these people (as well as those that have died for France on the battlefield) in public places
Once we started climbing, I started to warm up a little to this tourist trapping metallic monstrosity of a structure. Why? The view that it gives you of Paris is just phenomenal. As you ascend you start to feel the ...