Hotel de Nevers Saint-Germain
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Overall a decent hotel.
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... our choice from AirBnB and had a wonderful place to call home for the next few days. The owner of the apartment met us when we arrived, helped us with our luggage and proceeded to show us around the apartment to make sure we had everything we needed. It was wonderful.
Once we were settled in we headed off to the grocery store since we wanted to take full advantage of being in an apartment and have a totally relaxing day for Christmas. Naturally our grocery ...
... too - pair of shoes! We then decided we needed a new carry on bag - hey it wouldn't be a Toby & Tamara holiday without us having to buy more luggage!
We decided to go to Mexican restaurant for dinner. The guys at the counter were awesome, very friendly and loved a chat. They let me go behind the counter to choose which drink I wanted and one guy read each bottle to me. I loved it - the ladies waiting in ...
... a Roman Catholic church and minor basilica, dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, in Paris, France. A popular landmark, the basilica is located at the summit of the butte Montmartre,
the highest point in the city. Sacré-Cœur is a double monument, ...
... the Church of the Madeleine in Paris was delayed almost two weeks, until October 30, 1849. Chopin had requested that Mozart's Requiem be sung. The Requiem had major parts for female voices, but the Church of the Madeleine had never permitted female singers in its choir. The Church finally relented, on condition that the female singers remain behind a black velvet curtain.
It is still used daily for ...
... and the first week of classes, and visited Notre Dame during my first weekend there. Ten days in, I received the news that my father only had two weeks left to live. I took the first flight out of Paris the next morning, and returned home for the entirety of my junior year. I never made it back to Paris, or any other study abroad program (thus the item "Live or study abroad for 3 months" on my "30 Things" list). Though studying abroad was a requirement for ...