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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
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The main word used to describe today was: COLD. Actually, make that FREEZING!
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Well, we're currently sitting in our very snug, very cosy hotel room at Hotel Lumieres in Montmartre FRANCE! We finally made it!
Our plane flight was a LOT less painful than we expected. We both got a few hours of uncomfortable sleep which helped the jet-lag slightly. We flew through several lightening storms which were amazing to see from …
... everyone that it's time to eat. We had fried rice and veggies today. It was delicious. We had tea after lunch and some chocolate.
There's a train station right across from my new place, but it's some weird line that is slower than the RER. It's the sncf train.
I attempted to Skype with Mom and Dad, but Gaspard wasn't having that. He hung up on Mom, twice. Like he's so cute, but at the same time like how dare you hang up on my mother. I then tried to Skype with Chloe ...
... and the strength and
skill he had and a man on a unicycle that was also balancing things on his
head! Some of the show was very impressive! After this we headed back to the
accommodation and again, straight to be. We were very pleased we had been able
to fit so much in to our one day in Paris however we will be glad to slow
things down and be a bit more relaxed in Switzerland tomorrow.
Fact of the Day: It took 2 years, 2 months and 5 days to
build the Eiffel Tower.