Faubourg 216 - 224
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... was fake. There were people who were hired to pretend to be villagers so that marie antonette had a more realistic experience. She also liked to fish and serve the fish, but the fish were swimming in lead laced water, so everyone had to pretend that they liked the fish.
After the village, we went to Versailles. In Versailes, it was very crowded and I did not really enjoy it as much as the biking. We rushed through Versailles and quickly ...
First of all apologies for my inability to add photos to yesterday's blog. I think that they are too large (around 5 megabytes plus) and won't work. So if you would like to see a few you could copy and paste the address above into your browser Web address bar and hopefully it will work. today I ...
... Exposition but closed in 1939 as the platforms were too short - lucky for us as the building is gorgeous. First up was afternoon tea under the large clock - we thought we'd go a chocolate eclair and iced tea ...placed our order and Rebekah noticed the male waiters having a little laugh...then our order came out!! WOW - a foot long chocolate eclair...EACH!!! - delicious but needless to say we could not eat them all.
My 'must see' list here included: ...
... 19th-century headquarters. It was designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Renzo Piano who also did the N.Y. Times and the California Academy of Sciences buildings here in the U.S. The foundation houses a collection of old film equipment and movie posters. Silent films are projected with piano accompaniment once a day.
... to ditch dinner, continue shopping, and meet up with the group at the Eiffel Tower later! So we went back and ended up giving Ainsley (an Australian in the CERN group) a fashion makeover.
Once finished, we caught the metro to Trocadéro to take photos of the tower from above. We found a crêpe van there too and ate crêpes for dinner while staring at the Eiffel Tower. We walked down to meet the group, arriving half an hour after we were meant to, but luckily the group ...