Hipotel Paris Printania
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In contrast our Thai transfer agent couldn't have been more helpful and took quite an interest in where we lived and our travels.
WE LEFT Paris at 11.30am, had a stop over in Dubai and arrived in Bangkok airport 8am on Thurs. Morning, Bangkok time. It was an hours + trip to our city hotel and it has been a lazy day after very little sleep last night.
Traveling into Paris from the hotel: Hotel shuttle bus to Aeroport Charles de Gaulle to pick up the train, then connect with the metro which puts you right at the museum. I took over 400 pictures at the museum. My iPad and my phone both died around 15:30 today. In Europe, they use "military" time, so I'm trying to get used to it. Another thing I am trying to get used to is speaking in French when I can. I have been using a translate app to help me. Today I asked for the ...
... his life during the First World War (1914-18) at ground level.
We then started our trek down the Ave. des Champs-Elysees, with its marquis shops, hotels, eateries, and watering-holes (including the most profitable McDonald's location in the world), stopping for lunch at Le George V, across the street from the Louis Vuitton store. At that point, we detoured off the Champs Elysees to Aves. George V and Montaigne, two streets ...
... of his places in Italy and know more about Wisconsin. This was funny because we had now had two very pleasant experiences with French people and everyone warns that they are very rude to Americans. We found the cafe and they told us that it would be a 1.5 hour wait, but we had gone all the way there and couldn't turn back now so we put down our names and went in search of a cafe to grab a drink and relax until it was time. We found a small cafe (literally maybe 8 ...
... the pendants I liked. As aunty meg and I were coming out of a shop, we heard banging and clapping and all of these people were marching down the street. It was a procession. It was odd because we saw about eight princesses in beautiful sleeveless gowns and it was freezing cold. And they were all princesses of their region around France. After the first princess there was a man that was with her and he had a sash and on the sash it said man ...