Faubourg 216 - 224
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... inch of the gray stone is detailed with stories and meaning and we were lucky to hear mass in the cathedral. It’s interesting to thing that just an important catholic church is constantly filled with tourists (there’s even a gift shop right in the cathedral). We were thinking about confessing so that we could get the whole experience, but thought otherwise.
Once out of Notre Dame, and for the majority of the afternoon, we strolled ...
... to our hotel, we watched TV and saw a small documentary about a makeup artist called Bobbi Brown. She said that she wanted to make women look more natural with their makeup. Amy was very intrigued and agreed with Bobbi Brown. We went out to have some dinner and saw a Bobbi Brown makeup store, so we went in and looked around then Jason said, "I wonder if they will do your makeup for the ballet!", Amy said that they should, so Jason ...
... lightning flashed. Soon, thunder was booming overhead in time with the lightning and all traffic drove with hazard lights on. At one stage the driver lost control of the car as we skidded through a massive 'puddle' of water. We made it in one piece to the airport to check in as the airport lost power due to the storm. We had plenty of time to spare, and settled in to a carpeted spot on the floor as the ...
... Railways, weekends in Abu-Dabi, and African aid campaigns.
The Lebanese merchants in the markets are friendly and generous offering liberal samples and tastings. When I say I just want a little bit, they measure, weigh, and price a little bit. Then, go back and fill the container at no additional charge.
We are already looking into possible places to stay on our next ...
... sometime around that hour. We ended up asking to borrow a French lady's phone at the Starbucks to call our landlord. Sowmya first started talking to her to tell her we had arrived at the building. But she couldn't understand English very well and so Sowmya handed the phone to me. This was my first real test at being able to converse in French, over the phone, where hand gesturing and pointing are useless. Happily and to even my own surprise, I was able to get through to her ...