Median Paris Porte de Versailles
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
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... that are more important like sight-seeing.
Winding through the streets you pass by gorgeous architecture on every block. Just about every building has apartments on top that all have the cute classic mini-balcony that you see in pictures of Paris. You know the ones with the french doors that open to a very small balcony that is surrounded by an ornate metal gate. A few blocks from the Notre Dame we stopped to turn down one road to see what a giant castle looking ...
... back there was another girl from Britain that we met earlier, Naana, and she had missed her train so she was staying with us too. The four of us went to the restaurant next door and had pizza and chatted about France and what we missed about the US. The girls were really nice and I’m glad that I met them because I would have been stranded in Paris for the night. Plus it was also nice to hang out with people who only spoke English ...
... joined by a few thousand of her new best friends. A mob! Since neither of us could tell the difference between a genuine artwork and a Costco reproduction, we did not try to penetrate the mob for a closeup (within 10 - 12 feet) of her smiling face. We were satisfied that we had been in her presence. After about 2 - 3 hours in the Louvre, you begin to realize that you don't ...
In the evening we headed out again to explore our local neighbourhood, and loved seeing the families playing, people playing ping pong and boules in the local park, and seemingly the entire city at a restaurant or cafe. After a day of glorious sights and and the busy sensation of being continually surrounded by tourists, it was wonderful to see a glimpse of Paris life being lived by ...
... almost lost my mom at one point and almost panicked. I found her and told her she couldn't leave my sight for even a second, and this was before I knew how lost a person could get in the Louvre. My advice is simple: Do not go to the Louvre unless you have A LOT of time.
We met up for dinner and had to get out our umbrellas because of the rain. The students seemed to enjoy the rain, so I am glad it rained the last day of our trip. The ...