Hotel Saint Louis Paris Vincennes
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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... and jumping in the pool. In the evening, because of the generosity of Sam and Julia, we had a full on three course meal: chees, avo's and crackers as a starter, some mediocre pasta and ice cream and some wine with orangejuice (which made it a bit more drinkable) as dessert. On my last day in missionbeach me and Charlotte went on a beautiful walk and I hung around the hostel with some really fun, but very sad -their skydive got canceled- people. And after waiting almost two ...
... to Louver, then it’s better to take metro or bus. I didn’t knew this and it was not mistake, don’t get me wrong, it’s better to go by public transport, it’s crazy far. But when I would not go by walk I would never saw on “shop” in the right side of the route with promising name “Happy [r]evolution” © by Citroen. It was 5 or 6 floor tall showroom of Citroen with their new model Cactus (I don’t like this car, but ...
... details and soaking in the love and gratitude we were feeling.
After another glass of champagne, we headed back to our little houseboat and crawled into bed for our first real night's sleep in a few days. The gentle lull of the river rocked us to sleep and is now enticing us to start our 2nd day in Paris!
All I can think is how grateful I am for this experience.... for my family, friends, music, love, and for JP.
... with Sartre and de Beauvoir, who are actually buried there, and found Alfred Dreyfus's grave, on which we placed a couple of respectful stones. Most wonderfully, we found my favourite grave in the world, that of Monsieur Charles Pigeon, the inventor of a reading lamp that was named after him. You might be wondering why such excitement over a grave, but if you look at the picture here, you will surely understand why. Who wouldn't be ...
... of the fair was you had to use only French companies. So they started an Otis branch in Paris so they could put elevators in. The tower was originally red but didn't blend with Paris. A few colours were tried out finally deciding on Eiffel brown. The tower is painted every 7 years & takes 18 months by hand on harnesses. We follow Jess through the group entrance to the tower elevators happy to skip the long line of tourists waiting to buy tickets. Grant is excited by ...