- Airport Transportation
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Banquet room
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
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... though. I had almost decided to leave him to the stairs and take the
elevator, lucky I didn’t as the stairs required a key card to exit. Can you
imagine? Now on this slow incline, I am given strict orders to collect a towel,
underwear, a pair of shorts and soap and to deliver them to the last cubicle of
the boys bathroom. Of course I comply and I bundle up his order. I enter the
bathroom and holy f-ing jesus! I am hit with a pong above all pongs. ...
... br> Many of the people in Spain said "why are you spending a whole month in Paris? " It is something that I will have to keep in mind, the fact that I could possibly run around like a mad tourist and run out things to do and places to see in 10 days or so. I think I may have to pace myself like you would if you were attempting to eat an elephant and just tackle the task one bite at a time. That way I won't give myself indigestion....
Today my Dad woke me up at six thirty and we had breakfast and we drove to Southampton and got to the train to London (King's cross).We read and wrote then we were an hour and a half early so me and my family went to platform nine and three quarters ( part of the Harry potter book) There was a cart halfway through the wall and you could get picture with it (big line up) and we had lunch.We got on the ...
... teams. I don't know what the team was on our plane, but they were tall! Seriously, I think all of them were at least 6ft. I stood next to them and felt quite tall if I do say so myself. I have no idea how they fit into the plane seats because Mom's knees were almost touching the seat in front of her.
Mom and I got off our plane and waited for our luggage. It took FOREVER to get our luggage. It ...
... wasn't as impressed by it as I thought I would be. Maybe all the other amazing things we have seen overshadowed it a bit. But Pete and the kids were impressed. Then it was on to the Latin Quarter. By the time we got there, we were all a bit hot and bothered. Luckily it was happy hour, so we sat in the sun at a bar and had cooling cocktails (non-alcoholic for the kids of course). We then wandered around this funky area, which feels a little ...