Residence Cosy's Cadet
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- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... ended up being some of the best parts though! One act included this couple on roller skates doing these unbelievable stunts that left you on the edge of your seat most of the time and wanting more! Also made me want to take up roller skating lessons with Jord but something tells me he may shut me down on that idea ahaha. The show dragged on a little bit at the end but overall it was incredible and I would highly recommend it to get a full Paris experience. I ...
... of Nice! Not too much to say for this day, it was about a 13 hour drive. We stopped off at a few palaces Scott wanted to go see, but the lines were like 2-3 hours long, and we were already arriving to Nice at about 10pm. Tolls here are ridiculous. We have so far paid roughly $130 Australian in tolls!
Had a traditional Macca's dinner on the road, haha. Nice, let's do it, eat snails, frogs legs and laze by the ...
... away from the apartment, and took it to the Pont Neuf stop. We walked across the Pont Nuef to the Ile de la Cite', found a plaza, and sat down on a park bench so Marcia could give her knees a short break. Rebecca asked me to give her the small bottle of water that I had refilled from a large bottle before we left the apartment. I did, she took a swig from it, immediately spit it out with a grotesque expression, and in what I would call a very unfriendly tone informed me that I ...
... motoring displays however they did not compare to the Citron attraction.
Upon making our way to the Arc de Triomphe we were kept amused watching the hundreds of cars trying to enter and exit from this free-for-all roundabout, with 12 roads feeding into it and no rules or line markings once you enter. This is one roundabout Nathan is not allowed to drive through.
After paying our respects at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier ...
... room I will be in Paris for 5 weeks. It's very small, but my favorite part is the windows that are white, huge and open up to total fresh air. There are no screens in Europe, I learned that when I went to Ireland. I like it. Fresh air is nice. But it reminds me of the movie "A room with the View", which is in Paris. I think I'll like it here.
Orientation is for the next three days! I will highlight what I learned sometime this week! ...