La Maison Favart
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in order to continue supporting the city so well. That's about all I remember from the guide who, true to his Irish background, didn't stop talking and telling bad Irish jokes the whole time we were with him. Our tickets allowed us access to the top floor, but there's a limited amount of space up there so with people having to come down before more go up, the queue is really long. Once people get up there in the late afternoon they setup camp and sit until sunset so they can ...
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... the Champ de Mars. While there I played annoying games with the stupid kids trying to swindle me out of money. They ask if I speak English, I say no and respond in Japanese, asking if they speak Japanese. You should have seen her face!
Then I got accosted my a woman with a ring, trying to make out that I'd dropped it. Now luckily for me I had heard of this scam from some women on the cruise last night who were stupid enough to give a girl 20 euro so she ...
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... NO! That's part of tomorrow!
Then I took a train to this station I can't pronounce to meet my host Bruno. We are meeting some of his friends tonight and having a picnic while watching a movie on an outdoor screen.
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