Quality Suites Bercy Bibliotheque
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We got here rather later in the evening. Daniel showed us where the subway was and then sent us on our way. My group put our things in our rooms then met in the lobby to go eat. We ate at a place called The Frog and British Library.
After dinner we went back to the hotel, after grabbing some beers, and played some cards then went to bed.
... from Monaco with whom I discovered a shared appreciation for Florida Georgia Line, an Asian guy who is actually Swedish, several people from Austin, Texas who almost convinced me it is the greatest city in the world, and a Kiwi guy from Katikati who just got off four weeks on a cargo ship filled with kiwifruit. I don't think you get much more New Zealand than that. The crawl itself descended into messiness pretty fast, especially after the ...
... a T-shirt. We are staying only a 10 minute walk from Ave de Champagne where most of the well known Champagne cellars are. The buildings are grand as only champagne cellars would be. Unfortunately the three places that we wanted to go into we're all closed. Moët Chandon was closed for renovations and Perrier Jouliet + Pol Roger do not open to the public. We did still get into a few smaller places which were just as amazing. We basically walked the ave, sat in the ...
... from Dubai at 1:10 AM and we arrived in Paris around 5:30 in the morning. Thank God as we had a smooth flight and easily passed through the immigration. We bought tickets for the RER and train going to Place d'Italie which is the meeting point or where we will meet our tour guide for our 7days trip. It was raining a bit, a little dark, and cold in the morning. We had our two luggage and bags with us ...
... Only one 300 step climb up and down per day.
The last church today was St. Chapelle. This chapel was built about 1239 and was consecrated in 1248. It was built by King Louis IX of France and was meant to house the Passion Relics including the Crown of Thorns. These however are not here now. The remaining chapel however is a two story building with the first floor being rather short and plain. The second floor however just wows you from the get go. The ...