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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was doing. She was American as well, arriving to spend her second year teaching English in a French school. She directed me to a train and ended up getting on the same one. It was definitely a pleasant surprise to make a new friend so quickly.
At one point on the train ride, some official looking people boarded to check train passes and tickets. Luckily I had held on to mine, but the other girl, Jill, had dropped hers while getting on ...
... famous. There were some other lesser known artists in some rooms who also displayed some amazing talent. One artist who caught my eye was Maximilien Luce (1858-1941), his picture of the Notre Dame (Le Quai Saint-Michel et Notre-Dame, 1901). I really liked his use of colour and technique to bring it alive. Pierre Renoir (1741-1919) had a really lovely one of a couple dancing and the tenderness was exceptional - Danse a la campagne 1882. Millet ...
... until reaching the Jardins du Trocadero below the massive Palais de Chaillot, and directly across the river from the Eiffel Tower. The fountains in the gardens, which periodically gush water like geysers into pools surrounded with marble statues, were in action when we arrived. Across the river, the image of the Eiffel Tower rising into the blue skies, with a few puffy-white clouds floating in the background, was truly stunning.
... the plate provided me with lunch too. If you think that is mean of me, let me tell you that there were many people at breakfast who ate two or three times what I did. I don't think they missed one demi-baguette with nutella and an apple. My first task was find a dealer in my phone company. No deal. I found an affiliated company and got a taxi there. They fiddled with my phone and found the same issues. They had never seen it before so could not help. I actually felt better. It ...
... a bun, a tub of butter, a Mars bar and a Pepsi. Eva was horrified by the use of a spoon versus knife for the butter and more so when he'd use a spoonful for the bread chunk and then another as spoonful to suck on!
In quick time we were at the coast, then under the water, then back up again and watching the countryside. Amidst the swathes of green are patches of yellow from the rapeseed (canola) that break up the ...