Ibis Versailles Parly 2
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... two travel days, or maybe three, and pay for a bus for the last leg. It would be fair to say we were not happy tourists after that news. We had wrongly assumed that activating and using the Eurail passes would be relatively easy, as the website had suggested. Wrong. When we got home I got some advice from mum and Nic looked up the information again, and wrote to Eurail for some help. The highlight of the day happened that night- we had heard of some kind ...
... canal before wading home after a wonderful evening. Sara's parents then went up the Effie's tower, while we packed, and planned the following day. We are taking a Ryanair flight from Paris to Dublin in the morning. For hose who don't know Ryanair can be cheap.. But hey charge for everything.... So we threw excess away, made our bags smaller and lighter and went to bed ...
... travelling the Metro all day. A man gets on with his old lady shopping trolley with the bag removed and just the frame and wheels remaining. He has his speaker and amp and an old walkman gaffer taped to it, and a paper coffee cup taped to the handle. He plugs in a saxophone and starts to play. It was really beautiful music, but I couldn't stop looking at the way he had everything hooked up - dad would have loved it! I got off at the Louvre station and it opens up under the ...
... s and when they were running out of room in the church graveyards so they dug up the graves and put the bones in the catacombs. It was a long walk before we actually got to the bones but as we were walking there it was, dark, water was dripping from the ceiling, and there was so many dark corners. It was pretty creepy I would go ahead in the corners and I would wait till my brothers came along then I would ...
... and settling in Nancy. We're no longer tourists, we're now students with French long stay student visas. Oh goodness. I'm excited though!! So much planning and anticipation has gone into this study abroad program that I just want to start classes already! I also want to experience the university scene with international students from all over the world! I can learn so many languages, meet so many people and earn my International Business minor for UCF!!
Thank you so much ...