Kyriad Le Bourget
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... in the wrong direction did not help this. Once
pointed in the right direction, it is as though he bowels knew the end was in
sight and began preparations. At this point, he stride length had decreased
significantly and it was as though he was trying to will his butt hole to close
up shop by imitating this with his lips, they were clamped shut. We finally
spot a public toilet, which we knew was coming but just as it came in sight,
somebody entered. ...
... There is always tomorrow. So on we go to find dinner.
Danita took us to her favourite "Food Street" as she calls it in the 2nd Arrondissment and we walked past the most inviting Restaurants, shops selling all types of weird and wonderful cheese, of course we bought 3 different varieties, then along to buy some yummy white cherries and to her favourite deli to get some tasty treats. This was all for our dinner tomorrow!
Dinner tonight was still to come ...
... and their female companion about an array of topics, from future travels to coaching the cheerleading squad, from university life to 'being a *****'. After almost exactly two hours we finally got into the catacombs. The catacombs are amazing; apparently they run 3,000km under and around Paris and the your only covers 1/800th of their total ground. The tour is based around the cemetery of the innocents, which is literally the bones ...
... were one of the first tourists guided only by a black line on the celling!!! After the Catacombs we had a Italian pizza lunch and decided what we wanted to do. Our first choice was a museum with water colours but the line was huge so we walked to a more modern, art museum. On the way we saw two beggar lady's that looked the same as one we saw outside the Catacombs. We figured they must part of a business ...
... us about pickpockets on the train. Joel tells us that the gypsies are even worse in Rome. But, he said he knows them when he sees them so as long as we are aware, we should be okay. We are staying right down the street from the infamous Moulin Rouge. Surprisingly, there are many parts of Paris where the buildings are covered in graffiti. Joel said that the graffiti isn't connected to gangs or anything...it's just a form of ...