BEST WESTERN PLUS Paris Val de Bievre
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... on the parade ground as well. This is always the part of the day that people do not like and seem to complain the most about. I have only just started marching and I still find it quite difficult and feel I need all the practice I can get. There are some pretty tricky things to get ... Left and right wheels, counter marches etc ... Anyway we get through it but I am still a bit nervous by it all. We have lunch at the officers mess again and I think they ...
... karaoke, and laughing/ getting to know local Parisians.
I've also been meditating a lot more lately, and I'm attempting to discover my true purpose in life. I've also been working on trusting myself and the universe more!
1. OM Swaha (I express my confidence into the world)
2. OM Hakini Namaha (I activate my intuition)
PS Jay was right, the malaria meds make you have very vivid (and quasi disturbing ...
Meaning of manic frantically busy; hectic. "the pace is utterly manic" This is how I describe Paris, I have never seen everything like it before. The roads are unbelievable; cars, buses, taxis, motorbikes, push bikes and people all trying to merge into the same area at once and unbelievably all seem to get to where they are trying to go without any major drama. There might be the odd beep of a horn and a quick dash of a pedestrian across the street but overall it seems to work, ...
... were in for a treat - Preston, a friend we met in Ottawa, was going to show us around Paris's nightlife. We meant to have one drink because Jon was still not 100%! but after a couple of Guinness's at the best Irish pub in Paris... Well, let's just say the night continued for a few more hours. Thank you Preston for showing us the local hangouts! And mes amies, that is the end of jour 1 in Paris. Very sorry for the giant blog. Bonne unit, Xoxo M & ...
... a great deal on this visit, and it's good to have something for next time. Inside the cathedral we trace the circuit with the other tourists while the faithful sit silently in the pews. Vespers begins just as we are about to leave, so we sit for while and listen to the beautiful organ music and choral singing. Evening is pressing on, but we decide that there is time for a little stroll on the Champs Élysées, the famous stretch of road from the Arc de Triomphe down to ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center