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... ones. Well, an hour later of hauling a carry-on made of lead and trying to wheel luggage over cobblestone (go ahead and try it yourself) I finally arrived at my apartment sweaty and feeling quite sick of heatstroke or something at this point! The apartment is small, expected, but has cool "old school French" architectural features. Perfect for my needs. It's biggest perks are a kitchen and free wifi! Truth be told, I ...
... i didn't think about how much dad would need to be charging his phone which needs the same adapter as my hair dryer, the kettle, my camera and my phone. Today we are off to Rouen to see the town, la cathédrale de Rouen et le musée. There is a big Impressionism theme in Normandy at the moment. Unfortunately we missed a wonderful exposition in Giverny on Signac by two days and the museum was closed to get ready for thenext impressionist exposition Sent from my ...
... tour (I'll make sure to upload pictures this week!). The first floor has the living room, kitchen, dining room and small patio. The second floor has the parents room and a spare room. And on the third floor there are two spare rooms and a bathroom. There are two other exchange students staying with us, both of which are Americans. I have one of the spare bedrooms on the third floor, with the bed actually being another small staircase away. After the tour he also took me on a small tour ...
... de Triomphe and head on down across the River Seine and turn west towards the Eiffel Tower. We arrive there and ponder doing the climb, but the queue is long, so we willy nilly around for a while at the base and marvel at this structure and how idiotic it would have been to dismantle it back in the back in the early 1900's because someone thought it was ugly! I do think the colour is foul though, it looks like a primer coat, a dull khaki colour. A new first floor ...
... From there-after getting lost in the Parisian ghetto for a good 30 minutes because someone in the group read the map wrong and decided not to listen to me-we found ourselves at Moulin Rouge. There wasn't much to do but look at it, but we did catch it in the middle of a protest. The protesters, almost all men, were protesting for the rights of the female workers. After the theater, we got some quick lunch. One of the best French foods were the hotdogs. ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed