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- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
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... of our pence coins in to get rid of them, I think we only ended up with like a pound and a few pence left! We were flying easy jet, which we never have and I was a bit nervous about. However, everything was great, we had to check the bags which was fine, and buy every snack and drop of liquid on board, but we were right in time and got our luggage back! So no problems there! We arrived in Paris, picked up the luggage and had to get some cash- they only had ...
... back to the church to see if we could buy tickets, we could so we did and then headed back to the apartment. Put our feet up for a couple of hours, had a picnic tea and went back for the concert. It was really good! Not a huge crowd but I guess they're not the greatest chamber orchestra. They were pretty good though and we really enjoyed it. Went for about an hour and a half, so pretty good value for money too. All in all, a great first day in ...
... until after 5 am! And our flight is at 6:20! So we have to take a $20 Euros cab! The hotel was fine -- actually nicer than I thought it would be -- clean, large room, flat screen (watched tennis for a while!) We went to the bar and watched tennis some more, had some beer and then had $16 Euro burgers/chips. They had a buffet but it was $50+! Did not want to eat all that before getting up early for the flight! We were in bed by 9ish and fell right to ...
... shorter queue (but still long for Harry) is the fast track entry! Harry is outraged and says we have been ripped off! Through security and bag checks and finally into the museum. The 2nd floor is closed for renovations - starting to agree with Harry about feeling ripped off. Up to the 5th floor to see many paintings by Monet, Renoir, Manet, and of course some ballet dancers by Degas with a sculpture by ...
Today was the big day, we finally started school, there are 15 people in each of our classes. I don't know what I expected but my teacher, Dorothee, entered the room and threw us straight in the deep end speaking only french. I just know I had the most vacant look on my face, she was quick to reassure everyone that that is normal and as the morning progressed there was a little I could understand through ...