Ibis Styles Paris Bercy
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... a good part of the reason why she fell off so often, which still makes me giggle now, even though it could have been serious considering we were riding in Paris traffic and not on a quiet country lane.
If we were waiting for the rest of the group to catch up it would often be because Jennifer was way back taking a photo opportunity or involving others in another foolish idea of hers.
One of her stacks was significant enough that the sound of her hitting ...
... admittedly would have been nicer had we not been towing our suitcases behind us) and we found our Paris home, Le Fabe Hotel, very easily. As soon as we entered, it became clear that the almost mythical reputation of this little boutique hotel (ranked #29 out of 1795 hotels in Paris) was well deserved. Alex, the owner, greeted us warmly, offered us something to drink before we did anything else. Cathy asked for and then greatly enjoyed ...
... to Bordeaux tomorrow.
I also managed to squeeze in one more shopping binge after stumbling across my favourite brand Napapajiri where I managed to procure some skinny leg french blue chino's, some polo's and a whole bunch of other questionable fashion. As much as I was loving myself for my awesome shopping, what is even better is that I think Sal is out of time in Paris and she has only bought 1 pair of Birkenstocks. I am sure she will make up for it in Italy though.
... 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 ...
... back to the Eiffel Tower in this zippy little motorized thing.
Back at the Eiffel Tower we wait for our tour to start. We took a behind the scenes tour that shows us the bunker underground where all the motor engine things are located. We then head up to the 2nd level and onto the roof of part of the tower that other people can't go on... it was fun. We also got to see the inner workings of the elevator systems. The view from the tower ...