Ibis Paris Porte d'Italie
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... tried to imagine what it might have been like to attend a grand ball in the palace and waltz the night away under those fabulous chandeliers. With only minutes to spare before our bus departed we made a mad dash for the sorte (exit). With the exit nowhere in sight I stared to panic just a smidge. Although I probably could handle being locked in the Palace for the night, I certainly didn't want to ...
Well that was our worst night at sea, we all looked like drunken sailors trying to navigate the hall ways. I was very glad to get on land then in the air off to Paris. Barcelona looked very beautiful,at least what we saw. Maybe someday we will be ...
... While I did not see it, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier from World War I lies beneath the monument's vault. Finally, I visited Notre Dame to climb to its top, which like l'Arc was another painstaking climb, but well worth it at the end (and the details of the church from the inside and out were breathtaking beautiful).
... took us back up, otherwise there was
hundreds of stairs to the top we caught a cabin ride back down to some souvenir
shops, then a taxi back to the Opera stop so we could get back on the hop
on/off bus. Then back to the hotel again to take the souvenirs back to our room.
We walked to the base of the Eiffel Tower so we could enter
and go on our Eiffel Tower tour. We got there early so we had something to eat
while we waited for our time slot to go ...
Every part of the world contains cultural DOs and DON’Ts that most of us wouldn’t even think twice about in our home countries. France is no exception, and before coming here there are few things that you should know:
DO NOT: Be offended if someone is rude to you. That’s just how we are in France!
For starters, Parisiens are ...
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