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... to arrive some other lady couldn't carry her tray and suitcase so I carried her tray for her to her table. Again she was thankful. I'm hoping after the few good deeds for the day my karma has leveled out. We caught the flight to Paris and checked into our hotel, the Mercure. It was very fancy. We knew it was going to be expensive and toyed with the idea of going back to the airport for dinner but decided out of convenience to have it at the hotel restaurant. I had a cheese ...
... received the invoice for the ski equipment and clothing hire. To my absolute shock he was charging us €100 euro for the hire of the ancient onesie and my large pants for two days! I was absolutely shocked! We could have bought some for that! Personally I felt we should be charging them for making us wear the ridiculous clothing! I had to get my card to pay and went up to see Ash in the room. She was just as shocked! I decided to go down and talk to him ...
... collected for people to use. I found a pair of pants that just fit and Ash had a lovely looking dark green onesie with brown fur around her neck. I wasn't sure if she was going skiing or visiting the moon... Haha. I got my board and Ash her skis and we were off to hit the slopes. There were some easy runs outside the hotel that were fun and allowed Ash to get back into the swing of things. She was doing pretty good and having fun! We decided, ...
... took a good 30minutes to arrive! Eventually we got our ski passes and jumped in a taxi to our hotel. We were wondering just how much it was going to cost! I was hoping less that €50! Luckily it only came to €25 so I was pretty happy about that and the taxi driver was great, telling us all about the area. The hotel was lovely, a huge spacious room and a fantastic view of the mountains. What more could you ...
... speedy. I joined a guided tour and was mesmerised by the building, including the mechanics of the stage where elevators would lift up gladiators and wild animals. These spectacles would go on for months and were designed simply to keep the empire happy and entertained...it worked a treat!! Next to the Colosseum is the Imperial Forums which are a series of public spaces built by the Emperors of Rome. This is an open area accessible to the public. You can walk through or ...