Ibis Styles Paris Bercy
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... doesn't speak any English. I use the best French I can and we somehow manage to communicate with each other. She tells me we need to have cash, to wait in the line for 10 mins and someone will come by and help us. We wait in the line for 10 mins and an English-speaking woman arrives. She tells us the same thing, we need to have 27E in cash. We explain we only have 22. She asks if we have any other dollars. I suddenly remember that Julie gave Scott a 5 British pound and ...
... steps etc to get some photos. I think I have taken more photos of the Eiffel Tower than any other building on the trip so far! At first I thought it was an ugly building but it has grown on me. On the way back down the steps we noticed all the fountains were going (for those who have watched Rush Hour - this is the fountain and ponds where Jackie Chan fell in the water after the fight on the Eiffel Tower!). There was a massive stream of water coming out of ...
... important in town.
Getting closer to the tower I stopped to ask one of the guys in armor what was best way to get to it, after giving me directions I also inquired as to why there was so many of them around. Turns out the other guy we asked was wrong as he motioned down the road "the uprising...".
I'm not sure how I managed to miss it before, but looking to the end of the street was smoke, flares, cops, people yelling and carrying on. Looked pretty much ...
... partner's face looks like as soon as they leave their home country. "Yep, we are both dressed head to toe in green with matching green hats. That must be my husband of 30 years. Thank god for the hat or I wouldn't have recognised him..." Funny sight 2: The amount of double, triple and sometimes quadrupole denim in Europe. They go mad for it. Denim jeans with denim jackets, denim shirts topped with a stylish denim hat. They've got their style down pat. If it's blue, slap it on, ...
... had arrived in the city three years ago. I never have been an expert at combatting jet lag, obviously. Last year I called Professor Masson to ask for teaching advice, and I asked her why she still taught, if her students did not appreciate her as much as they should. She just said "You do it anyway. When I took you all on your tours, you were whining and tired. You did not seem to appreciate it then. I did it anyway, because as a pedagogue, you never know how much ...