Mercure Paris Porte De Versailles Vaugirard
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... It was intense this morning saying goodbye. To have met these incredibly people only two weeks ago and connect instantly and share such an amazing journey and get so close, saying goodbye and not knowing if you would see each other again was incredibly hard. Just gives you more reason to travel just to keep in touch with our Contiki family. I have had such an amazing time and I will really only have one more entry tomorrow from Richmond. Love to you all and the countdown begins until we are home ...
... Triomphe at a famous restaurant/cafe bar called George V.
Phil had always wanted to "have a drink" in this special place. So we did.
He had cocktail named Mojito (white rum, champagne, lime and mint), I had my favourite, Baileys on Ice. We both had crepes, mine with lemon and icing sugar, P had his favourite Grand Manier. I had pot of George V blend (black tea), P had coffee noisette (French version of our now loved Italian ...
... so be it.
Even at home this class has been proving irksome. Again, I know the programs. I know how to use them. However, for the project assignments they use an auto-grader. And it only accepts Microsoft 2013 submissions. Mac only has a 2011 version. Most home PC users have the 2010 version. I finally found a PC with 2013 -- at a school, go figure. And so used that to submit my assignments. I advised my teacher that I was going to be traveling abroad for 3 ...
... of Ile de la Cite. We walked over the bridge Pont de L’Archveche which is covered with padlocks (of course we bought a lock to add to the mix – we plan to go on a nice walk in the ritzy Ile St. Louis and make a stop at the bridge before we’re done). We stopped by Lindsay’s favorite spot, the perfect expatriate bookshop, Shakespeare & Company. What a wonderful place. It crooked and old inside, and the floors are worn under your ...
... did a little historic walk of Paris, and wandered on the left bank of the Seine. We visited the churches Saint-Sulpice, Saint Germain des Prés, and then we ended up at the Jardins du Luxembourg, where there were palm trees and a huge fountain where kids raced their boats. We then went to musée d'Orsay, where we saw amazing and humongous pieces of art, from paintings to sculptures to furniture. We then asked all three way back and walked through the grounds of ...