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I'm still 8 hrs away from Paris but thought I'd start writing up today. As predicted I was woken up around 2 to two ppl coming back home and they had sex in the shower!!! I think they had it in the room as well cus I woke up and saw 2 naked ppl lol. Then another slightly less drunk chick came back shortly followed by 2 wasted ones. One of them was especially bad and only 19 and her cousin was older and more in control. The little one looked quite unwell and they had 2 boys with them so ...
... When we reached the stairs down to the Metro line, I pulled the wad of cash out of my pocket at Rachelle's urging, to discover that 250 euros had magically become 20 euros wrapped around 6 U.S. dollars. Filled with an equal mixture of admiration at his slight of hand, shame at my own stupidity, and blind, murderous rage, I hightailed back to the Travelex booth, but of course he was long gone by this point. As the old saying goes - "If something seems to good to be true, ...
The cruise was awesome. Food, wine and wonderful service. Entertainment was lovely. It started at the Eiffel Tower and finished there. Sunset and the lit up tower on our return at 11.00 were unforgettable. We did not really have a plan to get back to the hotel and ask asked a bike person, which there are hundred of for a price back to our hotel. Not close at ...
... with them since watching Labyrinth. It wasn't much of a maze, really just a spiral, but the end was atop a small hill with a metal gazebo.
From there we headed to the museum, which is hosting a dinosaur exhibit as well as housing a large collection of taxidermied animals and a children's hall. The dinosaur exhibit was high-tech with life-sized dinosaur lungs, a film that was projected onto a dinosaur body that explained ...
... thirty thousand artworks on display & thousands of visitors each day. I didn't realise that the museum itself used to be a palace & that one of the exhibitions actually showcased the apartments where Napoleon lived in the 1800s. It was incredible to see how he lived & the amount of gold that was splashed around the place was ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed