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... or anything this morning.
Fanny showed me where things were for breakfast, she is completely okay with letting me eat their food. I have a food left from the last shopping I did in Neuilly. I just feel weird not contributing food. I ate my own chocolate granola this morning and my own coffee, but I did use some of their milk. Gaspard showed me his homework for his American school, they're learning about Thanksgiving. After I finished my coffee, we played games!
... the elevator to the second floor. From here, we
got straight onto the lift to the top. Going up was a bit strange as we were
getting very high very quickly however once we were up there, the views were
amazing. We could see all over Paris and get a great overhead view of the city
and where things were. Once we had seen enough, we went back down to the second
floor again and looked around there. On this level you were able to see things
more clearly as they were ...
From there I went to the Notre Dame crypt, or so they call
it. It really wasn’t a crypt so much as it was the excavated Roman ruins of
Paris that run underneath Notre Dame. Notre Dame is on an island on the Seine,
and apparently, the island used to house an ancient fortified city. There is
little left of it today, but you can see a bit of it in the crypts. Most of the
Roman stones were repurposed for medieval ...
... to Disney Park. Hotel guests can enter at 8am, but the park doesn't open until 10am to the general pubic. The first ride Alex and I did was Space Mountain and what an awesome roller coaster!!! It is inside with moons, stars, planets, laser show. You are launched straight up like a rocket and then you proceed through corkscrews, and loops at high speed. It was so good, that Alex and I did it a total of 6 times over the three days. Disney know how to make ...
... Palace of Industry) as part of the preparation works for the Universal Exposition of 1900, which also included the creation of the adjacent Petit Palais and Pont Alexandre III. The structure was built in the style of Beaux-Arts architecture as taught by the École des Beaux-Arts of Paris. The building reflects the movement's taste for ornate decoration through its stone facades, the formality of ...