Stars Paris Arcueil Hotel
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... and I did. I also found it, and took a picture. If you look closely, you can see a circle behind the glass, which is the Crown of Thorns, and a shelf, on which are supposedly a piece of the Holy cross and a nail. I thought it was quite fascinating. Also, the Notre Dame is gorgeous. Gothic architecture at it's absolute finest (and one of the first buildings to use flying buttresses). I had lunch at a small Parisian cafe (French onion ...
... us to her home for an authentic Thai dinner when we come to Australia!! Lovely lovely young woman, but the only thing we did not like about her was that she and her husband are a few years younger than we are, making us NOT the youngest passengers onboard!! So many highlights of this evening, not sure where to begin... •All of us on the dance floor doing dancearaoke to "Can't Stop the Rain." Kate and Amy would have been so proud!! •UK discovering second microphone ...
... have any chargers in stock, and the nearest store that does have any is a bit of a hike, so I might wait until I reach London in a few days.
After taking a quick walk in the summer rain to a place called Pomme Du Pain, I picked up a ham baguette and a cup of tea for my dinner, and returned top my room to settle in for the night.
So here I am, sitting at a desk in a hotel room in Paris. This feels so weird! Hopefully tomorrow will bring a lot of new and fun experiences. :)
... s my Dad's Mum, she says she's from England though, she's younger than Dad, plus she looks nothing like her. Story checks out. She is very knowledgeable and quite amusing, a vibrant larger than life personality is probably a good thing to have when you work solely for tips, I've already mentally committed at least 10 euros to her cause. We start with St. Michel, it's amazing how much of Paris is itself a free art display, proper art, not like **** on Cottesloe beach during ...
... be admired in a museum for the rest of their days. Some great sculptures included of course Venus de Milo and Zeus with this thunderbolt. We also made sure to tour the large French paintings wing for a look at Oedipus and lady liberté guiding the people. We both had just about enough of art so we left and boarded a seine river cruise that we it a great discount on using our student IDs. A few stops and we got off at Notre Dame to tour the beautiful ...