La Maison Favart
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... We see the musee D'Orsay, the Louvre, and a few other sites. We finish at 3 o'clock and decide to go visit Notre Dame. The church is lovely, but there are bigger better versions of Notre Dame, in other cities. We walked to the place De La Republique, looks very much like the staue of liberty, it is dark and cold. We also go visit the Eiffel Tower, it's the perfect night to go to the top of the ...
... which was amazing scrub, spa and massage. We then had dinner at a local restaurant it was really nice, best lasagne we have ever tasted so we are looking forward to trying it in Italy. Overall, Everyone was really nice and helpful a lot of them spoke some English with strong french accents which really helped. They knew we weren't French as soon as we said Bonjour haha as we probably weren't saying it right after that they spoke English straight back to us. Smoking is ...
... flung out and he turns around and goes strait back into the pile, so Bianca and I automatically think Chads stuck so she starts screaming. Then the bulls come and charge the mound of people. Next thing two bulls begin climbing over people, then they close the doors and lead the other 4 bulls through a back entrance and the ambulance come in and start transported blue people who look dead out of the arena. It was the WORST 5 mins of my ...
... were handed our key and crammed into an elevator that both of us and our backpacks squeezed into without room to spare. NOT for the claustrophobic!! Our room is beautiful, we showered and went for a lovely walk to Notredame, and we are currently drinking a bottle of the most delicious wine that was dirt cheap! Along with crackers, veggies and cheese for dinner :) The night is still young and day 1 is ...
... be "tall enough to reach the skyand thus God.
Next we paid a visit to the Shakespeare Bookstore, which is a rabbit hutch of thousands of mostly English language books Fascinating. It is close to the Sorbonne, and there were lots of students in there, browsing and buying.
We then stopped at a brasserie at Place de la Sorbonne across from the entrance to the Sorbonne, where we ...