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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... instead, but I definitely appreciated what she had to say. Apparently, the current Palais Garnier is the thirteenth opera house that Paris has had-- the other twelve all burned down. You'd think that after five or six fires some other measures would be taken to better protect the place from flame...
When the tour was done, Jacoba, Jonathan and I continued to look around the place and heard from our tour guide where Box ...
Next day was sightseeing bus tour day, so we checked out and of we went to where....... Yep the bar, what bar you ask? Yep an Irish bar in Paris. We would have stayed at this oozy bar but it was closed.
So we drank all day until we finally decided to go to our bus tour, hands as numb as Steve Hawkins legs I took photos of all the best sights, the big sites really are amazing. So we eventually got off and found some food, from this place ...
... She has seen and experienced so many different things in the last two months, now theme park rides.
The best thing about today is that there are hardly any wait times. The longest is 20 minutes on the Tower of Terror. We are just walking straight onto most rides or having short waits.
It reminds me of my day at Japan Disney. More riding than waiting - yeah!!
We ride all day until we realise we only have time for one more before the light ...
... after us got turned away so it seemed to be a popular spot. We had the daily menu - main and dessert. The desserts (creme brûlée, profiteroles and chocolat chard) were very rich and we couldn't eat them all. Dad reckoned he couldn't remember that ever happening before.
We walked home through the local neighbourhood and bought our metro tickets to the airport on the way. It was about 9.30pm when we got home and had we had to be up early in the morning. ...
... take the added weight of all the locks. No one has been hurt yet, but there's always the chance that a falling panel could hit someone on one of the boats traveling the Seine. No one quite knows what to do about this. Paris officials are apparently considering replacing the wire panels with sheets of glass...but then ...