Quality Suites Bercy Bibliotheque
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... entire Japanese tour party, was wrapped up with a terrific three course meal and more red wine in sight of the Moulin Rouge - which offered an astonishing expensive dinner and show package, which I decided was an overly costly way to see some ladies' bloomers. I had seen what I wanted to see, kept my encounters with the natives to a minimum and successfully made it to the grubby Eurolines bus station for my overnight bus to London. God times he ...
... So I missed out on the below things that I will return one day to experience
Things I missed out (Didn't get time for) :
- Going upto the top/terrace of the Arc De Triomphe (I got there pretty late in the night, and just saw if from the bottom/base)
- Walk around the famous Montmarte neighbourhood in Paris and explore its sights
- Explore local Parisian nightlife ...
... so of course they were amazing at everything. Duh. I headed over to the main attraction and saw the huge Napoleons tomb. It also has some other generals buried there. The casket is huge and everything is incredibly fancy and beautiful. It is over the top! It is one reason to love Paris! After the museum, I decided to walk to the Eiffel Tower. I will never get use to that view! I headed back to my hostel and decided to eat there so I could meet some people ...
... whats the point of going anywhere anyways?
When casting opinions about things, particularly about people, I believe its important to set the stage and define your entity - after all we all tend to generalize, so why not be specific about exactly who or what we're generalizing about. .... Hmmm...
There are many Parisien people in the workplace. With them however, my interaction is somewhat different than that outside the office, since I ...
... with no slack.
What I have observed which I happen to like very much is that on the weekends most people put work aside and email goes silent for 2 days. Part of it has to do with the fact that since there are no technical teams here building or maintaining software you don't need 24/7 support and part of it may have to do with culture.
Everyone dresses nicer here than in San Jose. Multiple reasons for this: its Paris where ...