Kyriad Le Bourget
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Notre Dame, but realized we walked the opposite way. Another hour in the pouring rain was going by. We walked and walked, until finally after 5 miles, we found the Arc de Triomphe! We took a couple pictures, and then found a cafe to eat dinner! We had the best food we have ever tasted! The weirdest part, however, was the couple sitting next to us was from Temecula and knew family friends of ours! What a small world, as they say! After ...
We had another fine day today. A few spits of rain, and it was overcast most of the time, but it was quite comfortable for our adventure today, which was a trip to Versailles. In the spring/summer months a lot of their fountains run for about two hours in the day. None of them goes as high as the Captain Cook Jet in Canberra, but many of them have very ornate statues out of whose mouths the water gushes. They play lovely music to accompany ...
... as majestic. I had more of a chance to see the arcades and small streets of Paris, full of quaint boutiques this time around. Paris is a nice city - beautiful, and just as you'd imagine. I don't think I'm as taken with it as one could be, however. Their is something stifling in its grandeur, in it's romance. You see people crying on the street, or kissing, or yelling. Poverty and wealth, and culture and smut, all there mixing on the pavement. ...
... so be it.
Even at home this class has been proving irksome. Again, I know the programs. I know how to use them. However, for the project assignments they use an auto-grader. And it only accepts Microsoft 2013 submissions. Mac only has a 2011 version. Most home PC users have the 2010 version. I finally found a PC with 2013 -- at a school, go figure. And so used that to submit my assignments. I advised my teacher that I was going to be traveling abroad for 3 ...
... shared between four kept coming, six in total I think, each with different toppings. After lunch, we caught the metro to the Louvre, where we would spend the afternoon. After a while queueing in the mall underneath the museum, we were in.
The Louvre is ridiculously big. We started with the sculptures, which were pretty amazing. The amount of detail achieved with the basic tools around hundreds of years ago is incredible. We then moved upstairs to 'decorative arts' which is more ...