Logis Hotel La Residence Du Berry
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
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... that people actually bought them and used them in public. They just look ridiculous using them. I was trying to take a selfie with Amanda and was like my arms are too short and she was like that's why you get the selfie stick.
We took a long walk back to Amanda's place. She lives in a nice apartment, but the hallways remind me of the nicer Boudonville in Nancy. Her room is small, but really nice. She just has a microwave, hotplate, ...
... at him, although I appeared to be angry. I was; I was furious-how are they educating people these days at school??
Anyways eventually we get on the train. What strikes me about the gardens is their vastness and beauty! They are both charming and symmetrical. Their grandeur is pleasing to the eye. They lack the radiance of something wild and natural; nothing is out of place but for some reason I think of England. They are so perfect; so ...
... and walk back to the hotel. On the way I pass the same Chinese restaurant that we passed two nights ago that had a long queue of Asian people outside it. The queue is there again, only this time it is twice as long. Again all the other restaurants around it are almost empty. This Chinese restaurant must serve amazing food. Either that or there are no other Chinese restaurants in Paris and these people are really really hanging out for Chinese food. I wonder if I'd ...
... a restaurant strategically placed. To us it was like an oasis in the middle of the Sahara and we joyfully took our seats and enjoyed a nice lunch and close to three gallons of water. After we finished we continued our trek to Marie's house. Thirty more minutes of walking later we passed and walked through Le Grande Trianon. This was a smaller and equally old version of the main palace that Louis XIV had built when he decided that the main palace was getting a wee bit ...
... after that wonderful time at Notre Dame we headed to the Arc de Triomphe. I'm not going to lie, I was fairly distracted at that point in the trip because we ran into a missionary who was getting picked up by his parents. He's going to BYU and they were going to London so I talked with them for a little while. I think David probably rolled his eyes at me a million times for getting distracted as soon as a boy comes around. It was just fun though! It was fun to talk ...