Hotel Ariane Montparnasse
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All I want to do right now is take a nap but instead I'm sitting in the lobby waiting for my room to be ready
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... predominantly vegan and cooking vegan is easy with the wealth of choices vegans and vegetarians are afforded in California. Here, although the supply of fresh vegetables is abundant other products we usually stock up on for our cooking - like soy based products, qunioa, “ethnic” foods are a lot harder to find. I’ve not seen a single Indian grocery store which we have sorely missed. But you’re in Paris - food capital of the world!? Sure - if you like a ...
... to get through to his father what the problem was. Then, the last straw was a couple who came and stood at the front of the boat ( and invited their entire family to join them) and proceeded to stay there for the entire one hour cruise, standing in front of everyone, blocking our view and stopping people from getting decent photos. I very politely asked them to sit down on at least three occasions, only to be told that I could stand up too if I wanted ...
... than crepes. So we had a coffee at a nearby cafe and then stepped into a small grocery store to find something quick to eat that we could have along the way. From there we started walking towards the Arc de Triomphe, which was visible up ahead and on the the same road as our hotel. After a half hour without the site appearing to get any closer we decided to jump onto the subway, which was a good thing as although the Arc seemed to be not ...
... I was under 26. Long story there, but I thought it was free to all students but found out later it is free only to those under 26. So yup... got in free cause I look young. Luv it!
I also saw Paris from the top of the Eiffel Tower at night. I forgot how beautiful it is! The city is rough and hard during the day but so amazing it's worth the difficulties. However, at night it transforms into this living, moving jewel that glitters with ...
... support in some romantic turret of a famous French hospital, just walked casually on to buy her groceries from a different tourist. So rude!
*my French sister in law, married to Paul.
** An ancient written language of India, for more info please see wikipedia. Lol.
*** "Excuse me, dear lady, your signature if it pleases you?" "Um...nah I don't know what you're saying" "Do you speak English?" "Nope". "Do you speak French?" "Uh...I do not, no." (In French).