Hotel Elysee Gare de Lyon
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... also from Germany. We chose an Italian restaurant that was delicious! I had pizza, and Andy had lasagna. I felt bad for Andy, as I kept taking bites of his lasagna - it was so stinkin' good! I'm glad he was nice enough to share with me. :) After dinner, we caught a Metro to Moulin Rouge. I'm embarrassed to admit this, but I did not even know it was in Paris until Uli said something to me about it. The area around Moulin Rouge is not the greatest, but it was neat to be able to see ...
... will ask their names for the coffees and then proceed to talk about them while dropping their names standing 5 feet away. This would NEVER occur in Dublin, and its really the complete opposite. In Dublin if you say that you're American (or say anything and they immediately know from your accent) then they will not stop talking to you. In France, its the complete opposite. I can' t imagine dealing with that for 4 months, I didn't even like it for 3 ...
... Parisians despised this. -Old palace: now a mall -Parisian Bridge: It took 130 something years to be build, it's made of all stone, which wasn't common because most bridges were made of wood. The emperor had a 3 day party, and so he at the time had sculptures of the drunk people's faces partying on the bridge- each face represents every drunk emotion. It's the oldest bridge that crosses the canal, and known as the New Bridge in the US. -Love Lock Bridge- Based off sex in ...
After a 1 hr break from sleeping at 2am, we all managed to sleep in until 8am! Hopefully that's a good sign that we're on top of the jetlag, however time will tell? Our goal for the day was to get to the top of the Eiffel Tower despite not being able to find any tickets available online over a month ago! We almost fell victim to a scammer at the train station who was pretending to be a work experience student helping visitors purchase the correct tickets. He had ...
... allies to have while touring France.
A specific example of this happened while Lauren and i were in Switzerland; Anneke and Marie were simply sitting on the street curb when a man came up to them and started speaking in rapid french to them, while handing then a 20 cent coin. When Anneke explained, in french, that she spoke english, he restated what he had first said: "Here's twenty cents to support your miserable existence". Charming people really.