Kyriad Design Enzo Saint Witz
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... French culture and business. They're like how can survive here if you don't speak French. I'm like I draw pictures and use hand motions. I always have my go to phrase of "parlez-vous français." I'm not sure if they believed me or not. One student asked if I had a boyfriend, I laughed a said no, but I have a dog at home and he's the only man I need in my life. The teacher caught what I said and laughed. I don't think the students caught it. I'm so ...
... and the views were magnificent (seriously - check out the photos)!
After settling in to our room, we grabbed a bite to eat along The Avenue des Champs-Élysées and then headed straight for the Eiffel Tower for our "skip the line" tour. Although our tour included a ride to the top of the tower (known as the "summit"), I only intended to go to the ...
... Earth to the Moon. The launch of the ride car is actually up the outside of the mountain structure and down into the mountain through a hole in the roof. Pretty cool. Or so I thought. It wasn't until we got to nearly the end of the line to board that the announcement was made that this version had several loops in it. Again, WTF!? Let me tell you right now, I AM NOT A COASTER PERSON. I can do Space Mtn. or Big Thunder Mtn. at WDW, I've been on the Rock ...
... that open and you can actually feel a breeze!! Life is cool again! We spent the day on a hop-on-hop-of bus tour. We took in 3 of the 4 different lines which took us most of the day. The highlight for both of us had to be our time spent on the top of the Montparnasse Tower. What a spectacular view. Would have liked to see it at night, but it doesn't get dark here ...
... to our first winery, Verzany. We met the owner and his daughter, and as it was Labour Day a tradition is that if you visit a woman you just take Lily of the Valley, these are sold on the side of the road mostly by children raising funds. The owner took us into the bottling shed and cellars and explained the whole process. Way down in the cellars it was even cooler, good for champagne production but not me. Then up we went to have a tasting, yummo a few glasses later it was off to ...