Le Chateau De La Tour
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... really uncomfortable because they would grind and were very sexual, it was too much for me. Although i did meet one guy who apparently was a professor de sport in an elementary school. He was really nice and i got his number but i think the whole experience was just too much and i will not be calling him to show me around paris. Damian had a bit of a freak out trying to get back to the hostel on time because his flight was at 7am. We left the hostel at 330 but then getting ...
Excited students (and teachers) started the day with breakfast at the hotel - awesome buffet with lots of very good food. We boarded the bus at 9am and after an hour trip we were at EuroDisney. Being midweek and a school day meant that the park was relatively empty so lines for rides were almost non-existent, meaning that for most rides by the time you got off the ride you could walk back rand to be at the start of ...
Well we can certainly cross, getting lost and walking down the wrong streets off our list of things to do in Paris. Yesterday was spent doing this for about three hours before getting back on track and arriving at the beautiful opera area. Most definitely my favourite part of Paris. Then across the road is the massive galleria Lafayette. We bought a coffee and just sat and stared at the roof. Amazing. When we got our energy back we walked around picking our ...
... I think they were meant to be skinny jeans. He was annoyed about that!). Eli, Michael and Kyria bought some food from a stall that was selling sort of vegetable wraps and crepes that weren’t like the usual ones. It looked almost like Jewish food – according to Eli. We left the markets as we needed to get to Chateau Malmaison this afternoon too. The boys needed to get more money out. Once they’d found an ATM, Michael went back to buy a pair of pants like ...
... saw a few people pushing the disabled in wheelchairs toward the altar. After awhile, we went next door to the chapel gift store where I bought some rosaries and medals. I didn't realize until our visit to the chapel that St. Vincent de Paul was co-founder of the Daughters of Charity. The Chapel of St. Vincent is very close to the Chapel of the Miraculous Medal, so we walked there. It too is a very beautiful chapel. We were able to ascend ...