- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
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... t believe it works as well as it does, although they did see two accidents. One of which was when they were on their Segway tour of Paris that went for 3 hours instead of 2 because the tour guide was a real history buff like they are. They also did a lot of walking, for which the husband prefers his new balance walkers as they're much more comfortable than his boots, even if they're not as fashionable. Of course, Paris wasn't even in their original agenda. However, ...
... but not worth the effort. Rex has gone off to complete his must-see list, liberated from me moaning and *****ing in the background. Must be quite pleasant. He's just come back to check on me, (the dear soul) having walked the Champs Elysees, now he's off again to the Boulevard Hausmann. Might have to have a nap ...
... without a stop at the bookstore though. I have the Renaissance art book from my failed attempt at an Italian Renaissance class during Junior year football in college (Professor gave my an F on a test saying he couldn’t read my hand-writing. My response was peace out, and dropped the class. Classy move.) Buy a book analyzing the different themes of the museum, and drop in my backpack next to my Fantasy Footbal magazine, ...
... is the love?"
You are supposed to be a city of elegance, a centre for fashion, food, literature and good living. So tell me why, moments after I arrived, I was "hissed" at by a grown woman. I listened to an obnoxious twelve year old say "Welcome to France, *****es!" Shame on London for spoiling me, but I'm used to people smiling and saying "After you mate…" I mean it's totally fine, I can wait my turn, however at this point, ...
... down the line a few blocks to the next station Bonne- Nouvelle (Good News) stop (names for a Catholic church close by. It was closed too. We walked farther down the line to the Strasbourg-St Denis station, also closed. Along the way there were fire trucks and EMT personnel waiting for whatever might happen.
From the Strasbourg station we headed south along a different metro line to the Réaumur-Sebastopol station, named for the intersection ...