Ibis Styles Paris Lafayette Opera
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The speed of this 'bullet' train was worrying me. It was becoming more and more unlikely that we would reach Paris in time for the connecting train. I scouted the carriages until I found a train guard who wrote our situation on our ticket, in case any problems arose in Paris. It was little comfort, but it might just help us.
Miguel was …
Another all night flight drops me off in Paris. I was through customs by 9am. With my next flight not due to leave until 3pm, I figured I would just power on and see some sites. Being ever the contrarian, Eifel tower, arc de triumph and Notre Dame weren't on the list. I took several trains. Some by mistake, I admit, and checked out the 19th Arrondissement. Which they say is the next big thing. It took several wrong trains to get there but ...
... requests from French bishops, Pope Pius IX promulgated the feast of the Sacred Heart in 1856. The basilica itself was consecrated on 16 October 1919.
Since 1885 (before construction had been completed), the Blessed Sacrament (a consecrated host which, according ...
... driver was a young guy and clearly had no patience in peak hour traffic because he was flying down the roads at 80km/h. It was terrifying.
That night we went to the Louvre, since it was free entry for people under 26. Luckily, a World Cup match was on that night so we walked straight into the museum. We saw the Mona Lisa as well as all the other amazing art. Rach was bored, she said she preferred contemporary art better, whereas me and Phil really ...
... Saint Louis. It's adorable. And speaking of adorable, I see the world's cutest couple. They're almost exactly the same height, about 80 a piece, he in an amazingly white suit and she in a very fancy flowered dress, a lot of makeup and shoes I'd never manage in my 20s. Their holding hands as they walk down the street. I will never forget them. I wander around some more, but eventually my feet won't take anymore, so I buy some ice cream and eat it in bed, watching a Orphan a Black on my ...