Ibis Paris Alesia Montparnasse 14eme
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... One. On the map, the roads are arranged around the arch just like a spider web. The most famous of those streets is the Champs Elysee, which hosts one of the final spectacles of cycling's Le Tour De France each year in July, so we were excited to be here. The street is quite a few lanes wide in each direction (it's a divided road), it has a cobblestone surface, and it slopes unrelentingly for a couple of kms up to the arch. It is lined with cafes and boutique shops and ...
... share in so many amazing memories. They were near perfect playmates on the trip, holding hands as they walked on beaches in Sardinia, toured the Vatican Museums or Paris Parks. They sat in the backseat together for countless hours in our rental cars and whispered secrets to each other each night as they fell asleep in their shared bedrooms. I hope that the memories from the trip stay with them, and that like me, their first trip to Europe inspires many more! ...
... wide and 900-meters-long. There is a pedestrian path, the Allee des Cynges, which makes it a nice place to take a stroll under the shade of the many trees lining both sides of the path. At the southern tip of the island, which we did not reach today, there is a one-fourth scale replica of the Statue of Liberty. After climbing the stairs up to the bridge, it was just a few minutes' walk across the river, and then a couple blocks to the apartment.
... this lovely place.
On our last day, we simply got on a tram and travelled to the end of the line to look at this huge city’s suburbs. Istanbul has a population of sixteen million…………R 30;not many single private dwellings. Most people live in blocks of flats. And the traffic is appallingly snarled up. They are trying to improve the public transport system………..and they need to, to get the traffic off the roads.
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... br> She led us underground to begin our tour and showed us the remains of what used to be an enormous fortress that had been torn down. When the pyramid part of the Louvre was being constructed, the workers found the stones and what used to be a moat. This was probably my favorite part of the tour since I've been to the Louvre several times before but never knew about the whole underground exhibit.
We got to view the major collections, all of ...