Ibis Budget Paris Nord 18ème
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... of all his works is "The Thinker." You’ve seen it. It’s guy sitting down with his hand under his chin. Thinking. I watched as person after person went up and sat under him and mimicked his pose and thought, NOPE, and decided to photograph him a little differently (pic 11).
Oh, yeah, I was gonna tell you the story of how I forgot to lie. Mostly, I hope that by writing this down I’ll remember next time to proceed differently. My friend Lisa recommended a great ...
... time for the Tower of Terror, I bid them farewell and went and collected another Fastpass for the Rock n Roller Coaster. Tim’s expression summed up their ride on the Tower, Luke loved it again of course and I think Tim was just happy for it to be over.
Final stop was the Disney shop to buy Luke a Stitch Toy which I think will its own passport to get back home. All up an awesome time at Disney just a pity there is still smoking in the Park.
Next Stop is the ...
... day Cate died, I'm going to find one where I can sit in quiet contemplation for as long as I wish .
Dinner has arrived with my wine, so I’m going to sit back and enjoy the amazing Swiss mountain scenery, steep mist covered mountains crowding the train as it winds its way through the narrow green valleys, with waterfalls everywhere as a result of this afternoon’s heavy rain. It looks so inviting; no wonder I love hiking in this ...
... arrived after noon and managed to get in by around 2pm (after having some lunch of course). This palace was magnificent. It can be very hard to navigated at times inside the rooms because it is such a busy tourist attraction. I can't imagine how it must get in the summer. We did not get an audio guide, and I think if we had we probably would have taken twice as much time. Not to mention you already need at least half a day to get through the gardens. You could fit a city on the amount ...
... went to a massive shopping centre,
That day was really fun I enjoyed it. The first day in Paris.
The second day in Paris we went back to the Louvre to go inside it. We had to wait ages to just get past security.
And after that we just paid for tickets that didn't take too long.
When we got inside we went to the Mona Lisa the most famous painting in the WORLD and that was made ...