Evergreen Laurel Hotel
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... the very fact that the woman is on the metro alone points to her being a local. Women don't usual travel to other countries alone. The backpackers and the Asians are hilarious; they are paranoid; they wear their backpacks on the front so they don't get pick pocketed. The Asians are the worst, though, because they travel in PACKS! There is never just one or two Asian tourists; there is always a huge, space invading, paranoid, camera crazy, ignorant of city walking speed, ...
... a company called Golden Tours, which is the same company that did my day trip to Edinburgh a few days ago. Going to Paris was a great decision - it is such an amazing city! I have only been there once before, and that was on a school trip back in Grade 8. I remember some of it, but not all of it so it was really nice to go back. I remember my Dad being completely shocked that I didn't have a croissant the last time I was there, so I made sure to get one this ...
... we got dinner together. Tiffany has been such a great person to be around. She is a 21 year old Australian law secretary that has a knack for sparking up interesting conversations at anytime. As I am writing this, I realize how much I am really going to miss her. The walk to the cemetery consumed pretty much our whole day. It might sound grim, but the cemetery was incredible. The tombstones were massive and the way that they look is like ...
... monument. Yes, we went for the history. I managed to get Miranda's birthday present there, a lovely charm for her bracelet.
After seeing all that we could without maxing out our credit cards, we braved the metro during what seemed like rush hour "7 pm" and headed back to the hotel. I should also mention that while we were on our bus tour we passed by what seemed to be a lively demonstration, with riot police in attendance. It seemed to ...
... islands. I even witnessed a homeless man asleep under a bridge, (in a bed!) while traffic was zooming by.
However, as you get closer to the city, the architecture and the city hussle was exciting. Traffic is hectic with road rules seeming to be non-existent! Many people ride scooters and push bikes without helmets! It did seem weird to have the drivers in the ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEvergreen Laurel Hotel Paris
Not really in the city centre,but when u r on the tour its great
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