Centre Ville Etoile
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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We're back in business! All four of us are back in Canada, adjusting to the time change and trying to get back into the hectic lifestyle that is North America. We had an AMAZING two weeks, in 6 beautiful countries.
Mom headed over to Ireland on May 14th (before I was even done exams!) to help me pack up and get my extra luggage into …
... half wait was worth it because once you get to the top of the tower you’re in awe because Paris is very European looking and I just think the old buildings look soo cool! Also it’s not that expensive to ride the elevator, I only paid 15 euros! (but I still have to convert that, but it’s still cheaper than going up the empire state building in NYC)!
On the way down we decided to take the stairs because the line for the elevator was ...
... tall buildings from all around the world. We spent quite a while on the various levels just soaking it all in. We had taken the lift to the top, so we took the stairs back down again.
When we got back 'home' again we had BBQ chicken and veggies for dinner, along with a bottle of red for Jason and I. We are hoping for a great nights sleep for all.
Love and smiles,
... there a wide road which is great with the traffic flow and large footpaths which is always easier. I was so freaked out riding a bike on the road but our instructor told us to dominate the lane so no truck, taxis or cars could try and take over us. There are even large bike lanes and the drivers actually look out for the bike riders and don't try to run them over like I'm Sydney. But we learnt some amazing history and saw some beautiful places.
... of the trend across the city. The idea is that by attaching the locks to a public place and throwing away the key, the love it represents will become unbreakable. However, with an estimated 700,000 padlocks now attached to locations across the French capital, the weight could be putting the structural integrity of the city's architecture at risk. Recently a railing on a bridge collapsed which has intensified the debate!!
Padlock anyone? Bargain price! - ...