Mercure Paris Sud Parc Du Coudray
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... have access to the complete texts of what he wrote. After finding this volume I browsed through the sociology section to see what the latest books on French society might be. These are helpful in understanding what people are reading and thinking about, so we can meet people where they are in our writing.
Finally done at les Halles, I retraced my steps along the Seine, but paused briefly at the famous ...
... was the Bayeux tapestry which is 70 meters long. It was made almost 1000 years ago depicting the Battle of Hastings. It is in incredible shape after almost being lost and rescued on a few occasions. We did the audio tour and learned much about the history of that time. Normandy was given first to the Vikings who arrived in 900 because the King in Paris wanted them to stay away from Paris. Then the King of England, Edward the Confessor, named William of Normandy ...
Oui, oui it is us we are here in Paris! Was actually surprised we made it, we had the flight from hell getting here! Guangzhou airport has a few deficiencies and the lack of airport gates are probably the most crazy. So pouring with tropical type rain you get onto a standing bus with your hand luggage and 50 of your closest stranger friends to be sardined out to the middle of the Tarmac to climb up the slippery metal steps to your aircraft. The Air France plane we were on ...
... to a new Dentist but she was so gentle and professional, I feel very confident, even though it is a slightly different process. Around the corner from us is a museum called Carnavalet, the history of Paris, it has some quite alternate collections as in 16-18th century street signs, I hadn't realised people couldn't read back then so everything had to be visual. There were artifacts from the ...
... not as easy to navigate as the Tube - of course our lack of French complicates matters! Without too much mishap we arrived at the Eiffel Tower in the rain. The upside was that the line up was relatively short so it didn't take long for us to get through the queue. While you can climb the tower yourself there are lifts on the corner of the Tower which take you first to level 2 and then up to the top (well almost the top). The Eiffel Tower is about 320m tall but the highest ...