Floride Etoile Hotel
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... to keep everyone updated (including myself sometimes!) about my experiences, but had it not been for a post I saw on Facebook, I probably would have never known that one of my good friends from my Birthright trip to Israel last year happened to be in Paris the same weekend as me! After contacting her we both ended up meeting up near her hotel and caught up on our lives. We also reminisced about old times and our recent travels. I also mentioned to her our unfortunate circumstance ...
... didn,t get anything to eat; He ended up breaking his ankle walking down stairs. It probably saved his life because he wasn,t useful anymore, he was sent to the hospital near his family.
On a brighter note, my favourite park I saw today was Place de Voges; It is a small park surrounded by townhouses: One was once owned by Victor Hugo the writer. While William was talking we could hear viloin music in the distance. It turned out a duet, ...
... as crowded as earlier in the day, but still pretty packed with tourists. I think it was free admission all day for students, we met some who had spent the entire day there.
We arrived to Versailles at the proper time the following morning and found very, very long lines to get in, even with tickets already purchased. So we decided to start with the gardens and the outer palaces. We certainly burned off all our meals walking to the Grand ...
... we left if there were any dinosaur museums in Europe, and the Muséum National d'Historie Naturelle fit the bill. The museum was really pretty amazing, with hundreds of animal skeletons on display. . .snakes, turtles, elephants, and of course, dinosaurs! Completely overpriced beers and pommes frites completed a great first outing in Paris!
On our second day in Paris, we explored ...
... stopped immediately by a man in a suit, security, and told no pictures were allowed. Actually, the security was tighter in these stores than in the museums we've visited with priceless masterpieces. We exited with our $30 fois gras and were well satisfied with our purchase.
After lunch at a neighborhood café, tuna on a baguette and a hot dog with melted cheese on a baguette, with wine and beer, we walked towards the river just ...