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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a way to spend the evening.
Later we strolled back to the steps and let the buskers entertain us. First, it was an amazing 28 year old black man from Guinea who is a freestyle soccer juggler. Named Iya Traore, he makes it seem like the ball is connected to his body, juggling with his feet, standing on his hands, balancing the ball on his head. To add to the excitement, he preforms on the four foot stone pillar at the top of the stairs, so that the skyline of Paris ...
Today was our first free day. 9am we set off in the bus to the busy Paris center, fighting the crazy traffic. We got dropped off walking distance to everything.
First stop was the Louvre. The building is absolutely mind bogglingly big. It's just so old and so huge and so detailed it's incredible. I didn't actually go inside, I was just happy to look at the building.
I was walking around with Geoff and Riharn who are a couple. The put a lock on the ...
Well, as with all living, there is the cleaning! SO while Jeff caught up on some work, just a bit of washing, ironing and washing floors and getting suitcase marks off walls! Luckily I have my magic erasers from Australia!!! Then a quick cup of coffee and a large slice of apricot tart left over from the picnic and I was off down to gallery Lafayette to buy some makeup. At the Chanel counter and in my best French asked for my colour etc. the ...
My friend Erica was coming from Austria to spend a few days with me. I last saw her 2 years ago in Vienna and was excited to meet with her again, this time in Paris. She was due in the early afternoon, therefore that morning I went to do one of my walks, this time "St- Germain-des-Pres", a circular one starting from the Odeon metro stop. This became one of my favorites - it takes you to little quiet streets ...
... France was. Anything could happen here. Things did not always work out here the way they were supposed to, but they managed to work out. The French are experts at letting every situation be what it is, instead of worrying so much about what it should be. This was a lesson that I did not fully process until I left the country the last time. This time, I knew that I had less than 3 days to enjoy the city, so I would make it count. I did not have much of an itinerary. I ...