Hotel De Buci
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... newspapers to bring home, day 3 of being sold out.
Decided to forgo eating out for dinner, I enjoyed cooking in the apt. too much, listening to music & drinking Rose' with sock money. Stopped for my daily baguette, the gal who worked there was so sweet & patient with me. Then on to get more calamari from the fishmonger. I bought 6 shrimps & 1 large squid for 15 euros ~ good grief! Told my fish friend that I would be leaving tomorrow, ...
Versailles, all day.
We slept until 8:30am but had a leisurely morning, answering last night's emails. We left the flat around 10:30am and walked to Saint Michel Metro station, where we caught the train to Versailles. It was not terribly crowded at the chateau – no line at all for entry. We got our audio guide and began the tour.
The ground floor of the extension is now a museum, describing the history of the chateau. It’s very well ...
... take the added weight of all the locks. No one has been hurt yet, but there's always the chance that a falling panel could hit someone on one of the boats traveling the Seine. No one quite knows what to do about this. Paris officials are apparently considering replacing the wire panels with sheets of glass...but then ...
Today was our last day in Paris. Whilst it wasn't my first choice for an 11 night stay we needed a break from moving around, and I've enjoyed having stable internet and lots of down time. I spent most of today washing our clothes and packing our bags so that we're ready for our early morning flight to Berlin tomorrow.
We had scheduled a dinner cruise on the Seine for tonight on board Le ...
... losing and calling it soccer. I also met an American frat star lacrosse jock who is friend with Michelle and he was embarrassed by the Spanish loss last night to the Dutch. All in all, I didn't expect anything like this to happen but I am terribly glad I met some amazing people and I had a blast! Memorable quote: I don't feel like I am in France anymore with all of our yelling!- Chris as we walked through the metro station. Tomorrow: Catacombs! Last day in ...