Hotel Maubeuge Gare Du Nord
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... face washing here.
Okay, back on track. Friday we rented the Velib for a majority of the day, which was a fantastic idea I might add. Velib are public bikes in Paris that anyone can rent. There are over 1,000 bike stations all over Paris and you can rent a bike from any station and return it to any station, which makes them quite convenient. Sam and I are planning to use them to get to school once classes start. We got very lost, ...
... buildings are either side of the Palais de Justice so there were lawyers and judges wandering around, was a bit strange! Simon had seen a fountain on our way so we went back to have a look, I'm still not sure what it is but it was pretty amazing! The Batobus station was close by so we got a lift back to the Louvre (after we got on we realised it would have been much quicker to walk, doh!) and then walked back to the hotel. We stopped at ...
Today we went to the Louvre and saw the Mona Lisa and Venus D Milos (which I cannot pronounce) it was amazing. Then we went shopping when I bought material for my Roar routine (roller skating) then basically went back to the hotel to get ready for London. And later went to Hard Rock Cafe Paris. Will post again soon TTFN -Kiramoz ...
... fun, you where put in a little pod that you could swing left or right. Then they gave you a little infrared light gun and you shot “Aliens” as you went along the course. It kept track of how many you had hit and your score. It was fun (7/10). It was nearing 7pm and we got caught in the 20th anniversary parade (A mass migration of Disney characters from one side of the park to the other). This took about 20 minutes to clear before we made it back to ...
Day 1: Gettin there:
waiting to leave all summer it was finally time to leave the states for 4 1/2
months to start my adventure studying abroad. However, sitting in SFO at 5:30
am after only 1 hour of sleep just a short while before didn't exactly make me
so stoked to leave, but still I was going to Europe, and for the first time! So
I began my European adventure in the early morning of August ...