Ibis Jouy en Josas Velizy
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Yes--Europe's daylight saving change is a week earlier than in the US. It took us a while this morning to figure out the discrepancy between our watches and our devices. We had slept in for the first time in ages--"falling back" helped us gain a bit of our Sunday back. The small courtyard/air chimney out our window had let us hear from some other residents last night, and the quiet of morning had been welcome. It was a slow ...
... I was out we went back there and had a proper breakfast---no, I will never order "white tea" again , its just hot cream that they play like there is tea in, there's not I'm sure. In the Cathedral Square there was an antique market, fascinating "old stuff" waaaay older than even me. Then while seeking our street we realized there was something special going on involving motorcycles lo and behold! we hit a "Gentleman's Ride" involving many handsome men, mostly young in suits ...
... stopped in at a cafe on the corner. Here we drank the most expensive cappuccino and green tea in the world and don't get me started on the Nutella crepe... Lets just say it was one incredibly expensive experience.
We wandered along to the Champs de Mars and enjoyed the morning view of the Eiffel Tower, it was barely 8am the lines to climb the Eiffel Tower stretched out for miles!!!
Eventually we located our hop on hop off bus and braved the ...
... at. The vibes were all up in the group and everyone contributed in some form or fashion. I honestly wasn't expecting what I got, world class grounds along with weather that cricket in pleasant to play in. My parents must be thanked for what I have done, they gave me this opportunity and I only hope that they are proud of what I've done. The cricket was played at a very high stranded and Caulfield won majority of ...
... the entire exhibit was in French, I was able to translate most of the captions because there were pictures right above it! It helped my French and I saw pictures of Paris during wartime. It is very interesting to see the struggle that most of America did not see during the First World War. At first, the Parisians were happy thinking that the war would not last long and towards the end I saw the struggle through the photographs. I don't know many ...