Kyriad Prestige Le Bourget
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
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Today was a great day involving trains, palaces, towers, sunsets and twinkly lights! The day started with a trip to Versailles. Quick metro to the RER C (basically an intercity train with no substantial speed). Versailles was built to be the summer palace for King Louis the XIV but he ended up moving there from his previous palace in Paris (now the Louvre). The palace was HUGE! While it was huge it was also beautiful. From the architecture to the Venice inspired ...
... our meal, we headed back to the hostel and met up with the boys! They told us the stood in the rain for an hour and a half looking for us and couldn't find us either. They ended up eating €2.00 pizzas which they say we're disgusting! After we got ready, we went to the bar in our hostel and hung out. We met some boys from Chico area and one of them is going to UCSB next year! After a long night of talking, we finally were in bed. ...
... and it's very engaging. The one we enjoyed the most runs all day, and has a number of jets in a line, and they dance in time to appropriately stirring music. We sat and watched it for ages, it was such fun, and I nearly fell asleep. I'm not sure whether I was hypnotised, or if it was because I didn't go to sleep till late last night. We didn't go inside the Palace. We much prefer to be out in the gardens, so we spent our time ...
... I found this entrancing, but in Paris, it leaves me somewhat awaiting my chance to leave it for somewhere a little less...Parisian. It is very difficult to explain. Perhaps Prague and venice are smaller so the raw aspects of a city and the people that fill them seem more natural. In a big city like Paris, it almost seems more natural for everyone to really keep to their own, like in Tokyo. The almost robotic flow of society, just in order to get ...
... work and might I be able to have the assignments opened to me so that I could submit them in advance while in the USA. No dice. The Excel 2011 on my Mac was close enough to PC 2013 so the Excel assignments I submitted only had minimal point reductions from the auto grader. Whew. And I was getting 100% on all the tests so it was really just the project scores I was worrying about. No biggie.
But now we are on the Access chapter. Mac does not even have Access, regardless ...