Quality Suites Bercy Bibliotheque
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... attendant the station name but I'm so off on the pronunciation he doesn't understand. Min just tells him "Disneyland" and he immediately understands and prints us two tickets.
The Disneyland station actually exits right outside Disneyland. In fact, the station is Disneyland themed. We grab some snacks from a store outside the park so they don't get us on lunch inside and head in.
The french are ...
... to the bus (knee hurting from coming down so many stairs) and slept most of the way back to Paris. The weather was fine and warm all day, thank goodness, no more downpours.
Took the Metro back to our place and fell into the Cafe Francoeur at the top of our street for a late dinner. Croque Madame for Rex and a Chicken Caesar salad pour moi.
Hit the fatigue wall when we got back to the apartment and was out cold by 9.30pm.
... majority seemed to be from Sweden and Denmark, although others were from the Netherlands, Germany, Spain, Belgium, England, China, Japan, Mexico, and Peru. Sam and I are literally the only American students in the program – should be interesting! We’ll have classes with other international students as well as the French students at the school. The credits aren’t the same as what we use in the USA, and we found out we don’t ...
Arc de triomphe is a famous attraction to tourists in Paris, it's amazing. Today we visited the Arc de triomphe, a very big and tall building that you can climb to enjoy the view of Paris. Arc de triomphe in Paris was ordered in 1806 by Napoleon, The French Emperor. Napoleon wanted to honer the Grande Armee, the name of the French army at that time. The Grande Armee conquered most of Europe and was then considered invincible. After his victory in 1805 Napoleon ...
... 8217;. It was 297 metres up in the air and Mum was 296. She’s so short. We were up there for 2 hours. I don’t know how, the time just flew. We could see absolutely everything in the distance. Mum didn’t feel the need to go to the Arc de Triomphe anymore because she’d already seen it. Paris is a huge city. You can’t see past the city even when you’re 297 meters high. Around the wall at the top ...