Ibis Paris Bercy Village 12eme
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... Once we got close to the top we walked the rest of the way up to the crater. Once we got there it was so cool there was a huge hole. We walked around it and collected volcanic rock. The crater was steaming because upon the mountain it was cold and in the volcano it was super hot. We walked around the crater. Then we walked down the mountain. After taking another long bus ride and a boat ride we arrived home and got kebabs then went to bed. It was so cool being at Pompeii. ...
Willa Cather once said that “Paris is a hard place to leave, even when it rains incessantly and one coughs continually from the dampness.” That is particularly true if you become separated from your passport on the way out to the airport....but let's start at the beginning.
I arrived on March 1 into Paris's Gallieni bus station, fully loaded down with bags and the remnants of the last six months of my life. I struggled onto the ...
... label, the cheap $60 stuff, is rotated by hand. 50,000 bottles a day, every day for 6 weeks by a man with a sore wrist. His title is a riddler, not a ******!
After all that, I gave most of my free glass to Dave.... No orange juice you see.
From backpackers to wine connoisseurs in BORDEAUX:
We didn't really know what to expect from Bordeaux. We really only came here to taste a few of the wines. Unbeknown to us, it's actually the world's major wine ...
... wandered back to our side of the river and went for dinner at a nearby cafe, called not surprisingly, the Saint Germain Cafe. It was so hot, even in the evening, that it didn't matter if we sat in or out. It was just hot. Our poor server's short was soaked totally though. We enjoyed our meal and talked to a couple beside us, who had made the journey from England to Paris to watch the TdF. Back to to room and despite our earlier nap, we managed to fall asleep without any ...
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