Kyriad Prestige Le Bourget
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Non-smoking rooms
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... spots? He was wearing sweatpants, which is a no no in France, so maybe gym teacher? I don't know where there is a gym though) and a history teacher. The history teacher was actually just teaching his students about Native Americans in Wisconsin. I'm like woot that's my home state. The Polish teacher is married to a French man, but she met him in Miami and learned French because of him. How strange and yet romantic is that?
My next class was with my Polish ...
... the Jardin des Plantes via the canal. A pleasant walk in a part town we've not been to before. Tony and Roge took themselves off to the Hall of Palaeontology, Liz and I strolled. The highlight, apparently, was rhinoceros skeleton from the 17th century. Poor bugger had been shipped to live in the gardens at Versailles and managed to for some years. We walked from the Jardin to the blue mosque for mint tea (Roge only, we all our second espresso of the day) and yummy cakes. From there, ...
This morning we started our day at the Centre Pompidou, an incredibly funky building in the center of Paris with glass walls and exposed, brightly colored ventilation and other tubes. It is about as different from formal, historic Paris architecture as you could possibly find. They had a huge standing exhibit of modern artists, tracing various schools of modern art over many decade. Many were well ...
... emotional insecurities, or if it's because I really want to learn French. I think it's a little of both, but I can't tell if that justifies me leaving. I really like this house, my mother is a sweetheart (though I'm not sure if she hates me now, that's certainly possible.) But French... I'll figure it out.
Friday, I planned on going to Amsterdam to see Rene. Alas, I packed up my bags and headed off to the train station directly from school. Note to self, ...
This morning we descended the stairs to find beneath Notre Dame, Roman remains. It's strange I tend to think of these finds as being more present in Rome and England and so for the first time thought of the Gauls and France as being such a part of the Roman Empire. Cities within cities, time beneath time really quite intriguing how layers, upon layers of ages lie one upon the other. If only they survived in tact. This morning was a ...