La Maison Favart
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... lining under each dark cloud. This is to be Bridget's second highlight of the day, after the cat spotting, as she wants to boast to her dad as to the length she went to to see the movie before him; travelling half way around the world. We've certainly had a couple of big days and it's timely indeed that Bridget will get to enjoy something of her choosing. It's good to see her smiling as she is now. I can hardly wait to see how we go about ordering popcorn in ...
... had a Paris assignment from Maree's dad to complete which very briefly distracted them from the insufferable tribulations of placing one foot in front of the other. The main highlight of the island is of course Notre Dame - it's sheer size imposing but intricately detailing of stained glass and stonework amazing. "Boring" said one 8 year old wag but she was surely being sarcastic. Having completed the tour we ...
... way to get rid of all the small change. I went into a music shop, the prices of guitars were very expensive. They seemed about 200 more plus at euro prices. So a $1600 fender in Australia is 1800€ in France. Pete then wanted to walk the other side of the road of the champs élysées, it's a long walk! Then back to the unit to only find that the other boys weren't there. We didn't have a key so we went for a 9€ ...
... funnily enough I have a photograph of this building on my wall at home from my last visit to Paris - little did I know that it housed a story of terror and violence. I also stopped in next door at the Palais de Justice - which is still in use in the French legal system. It once housed the Revolutionary Tribunal. My final stop was Place de la Concorde. During the Revolution it was known as Place ...
... that you let them know how much you appreciate their help and to let them know how kind they have been.
I hopped onto the high speed train into the city, and again, I could people staring at me with curiosity. I couldn't wait to get rid of my luggage and attempt to blend into the crowd. Instead of crashing at a hostel, this time I chose to stay at an apartment through Airbnb for the first time. I had the address drawn out and directions, but I still managed to ...