Premiere Classe Beauvais
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPremiere Classe Beauvais
We booked a triple room as it was the same price as a double...
It is a double bed with a single bed on top. However it was comfortable enough and we were only there to sleep so it didn't bother us that the room was tiny!
It was in super close proximity to where we needed to catch the shuttle from in the morning and the staff were really helpful! :)
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... balloons sent up in the air in about 1 hr. Parking was supposed to take 15 min but took 1 hr. "a loooooooong line of cars was all because balloons" (quote to cake, a band. ). The balloons were AWESOME- they were different shapes and sizes and one was even a wine bottle. It was unusual to see so many balloons in the air at one time in the same ...
... working in Gothic style. The
transept was built from 1500 to 1548. In 1573 the fall of a
too-ambitious central tower stopped work again, after which little
addition was made.
... but nothing. It needed a solid shove and we were in the narrow entry. Second floor in France actually means the third floor as the main is zero, not one; so we climbed more steps than we thought we'd have to. They are incredibly steep, narrow and windy wooden steps--not to mention slick as they have been recently cleaned or polished. We settled in, and got into bed long after midnight-- tomorrow, no plan except to get orientated with our neighbourhood. ...
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Today was our third day at the conference. We started the day off with breakfast where some students were still separated by countries, although there was a little more talking between people.
Our first workshop today was with Dr. Kerem Gurses form Spain. His activity for the day was to break up into managing teams. Managing teams was an activity in which groups negotiate with each other to come up with a solution to a problem, which was ...