Le Manoir De Gressy
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... day. Paris is too big to be as personal as it is. It makes me a little uncomfortable. On the train leaving Paris for Switzerland - despite the strange sigh of relief I felt to be exiting out of the 'city of love', we left with a good impression of Paris. Friendly enough people, good shops and fashion, decent food, beautiful buildings, and the threat of pick-pockets seemingly mostly talk. It made me wonder how much of the rebellious side of a ...
... And I am in Paris. I did some research and found a cyber cafe that has lots of computers available for rent. Lo and behold, they had Access 2013. I was elated!! Yes, elated to do MS Access homework. Never would I have expected that moment in my life. I paid for my 2 hours -- yes, I am in Paris and spending 2 hours at an internet cafe doing homework. What the hell is wrong with my priorities?
Anyway, I sit down in front of my PC. Thankfully the manager had given me ...
... for dinner, and had spaghetti bolognese (salad for me) followed by gāteau ganache. On the way back, we stopped at the supermarket and bought water and snacks. The tap water here tastes pretty unsavoury! It’s Lauren’s (also from Aquinas) and Anneke’s (another New Zealander from Devonport) birthday, so we gathered (or tried to gather!) in Lauren’s room for unwrapping before turning ...
... You never know what you will see in France.
We stopped for lunch near the Cathedral of Notre Dame. Michal and Becky had amazing French Onion soup. Devon had a Caesar salad and the other girls had sandwiches.
After lunch we did a little souvenir shopping picking up our last treasures from Paris.
We were right next door to Notre Dame. We got in line for about a ten minute wait then we were able to view inside the church. It ...
Continued as a seperate blog, as didn't want to 'over- photo ( but I don't think that's a word) the last one. After the cruise on the Seine, we bussed around to the back of the Eiffel Tower and joined the smaller queue to ascend. As we had tickets and our Tour Director, they let us in the quick queue, so it only took 20 mins. As the director said, "If you don't like queues, you won't like Paris." Up to the first floor where the restaurant 58 Eiffel Tower is. ...