Faubourg 216 - 224
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This is my apartment in Paris....its what to expect for student housing. I can't complain because it is so close to school.
... to connect, thanks" and is usually met with the following reply "Yes of course, how about I get you the userid and password".
In France, the question "Do you have free WiFi?" means "Do you have free wifi?" and was met with a simple "Yes." before the waiter walked off to serve smarter customers who can see the free WiFi signs with their own eyes and don't need to ask such stupid questions.
... nude girl also leapt into a giant vat of water filled with pythons and wrestled with them. All in all it was a great show, and quite classy. There was no stripping or sleazy stuff it was more just dancing, singing and some nakedness.
After the show finished we went home as the main attraction in Montmarte is pretty much just the Moulin Rouge unless you want to go clubbing or do something more risqué.
... were said by our guide.
We embarked along the tracks of violence and the main bloody spots of the
Somme, We explored one of the main areas of confrontation of the first world
war in Northern France. We also visited the war museum in Peronne, which is a
must when you make the journey, as well the Lochnagar crater which was the
largest mine hole of WWI. This hole is 60X30X4 metres deep, a large number of
... whole tower was on fire with sparkling flashes. It was mesmerizing! As the strobes went off one of the nice people from the group next to us offered to take our photo and afterwards I took one of them. We all stood there afterwards admiring this incredible feet of mankind. Afterwards Holly and I both agreed it was a great decision to see the Eiffel Tower sparkle and we went home to get in a few hours sleep before the next ...