Hotel Marignan Paris
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We decided to rent a little electric red boat and cruise the canals today. We discovered that there was not many options as the brochures stated but what can you do. We waited a bit for a draw bridge to open and then cruised along for a few hours. Captain Caleb did a good job and started to get the hang of steering and what little and big adjustments result in. The boat place offers sandwiches and wine in a picnic style for those that want ...
... devices so us three take control of everyone and get a group to get to O'sullivans, Leon kindly drops us off at Gare Du Nord.
I have an awesome time chatting to that Tyler guy as he gets loose, throwing up in the toilets at one point. *******, though, Sophie. Well done to Trent on that, she seems like a keeper, she's awesome fun and drop dead gorgeous. He's also awesome though so it's impossible to hate him. Maleesa gets absolutely blind, not a great first impression ...
... stroll amongst the buildings, or at least I had a pleasant stroll while Susan scampered about taking pictures and saying she was channeling her inner Marie-Antoinette. But the gardens were closing early that day, so we weren’t able to stay long. After the long trek back, we were both exhausted and ready for a nap. After a refresh, we went back out for an evening walk in the city and dinner at the summer festival along ...
... lady told us they were one way children's tickets! I hope that man was somehow blessed by the money he made off of us. We got to the St. Michel fountain where we bought baguette sandwiches and chocolate croissants and met up with a walking tour. Our tour guide was Sophie, the cutest struggling artist/tour guide from Australia. She bounced with energy and told us the craziest stories of the Paris monuments. Two girls came up to me during the tour and asked where I was from ...
... was Marie Antoinette. Since we were there we decided to go through the Conciergerie and see the cells. It would have been a pretty awful place to be, in less than one year 2700 people were executed after being tried in the Conciergerie, being arrested and sent here was almost a death sentence. The actual cell that Marie Antoinette was held in was converted to a chapel and a replica has ...