Mercure Paris Porte de Versailles Expo
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Our last full day on trip was a full throttle experience of Paris.
We loaded the bus at 9:00 for our three-hour city tour of the Paris highlights. The city guide gave the students a lot of information about the city's history and all of the notable landmarks. We stopped for a photo stop in the Luxembourg Gardens and at the Trocadéro for a …
We started our day in the Normandy region of France. Travelling approximately half an hour from our hotel last night in Caen we arrived at the Juno Beach Center. Once again we arrived at the perfect time and the students were able to walk into the Juno Beach Center and begin their tour immediately. The center is an excellent resource for Canada's …
We have 24 hours in Paris then 24 hours on an airbus home. I'm certainly more excited by former than the latter however, mustn't complain, the long commute has been well worth it. I cant believe the amazing experiences I've had, beautiful places I've seen, and wonderful people I've met. To have ...
... from a distance. Then through the jardins du Tuileries up to the Louvre. Lovely chairs around the edges of ponds in the middle of the walk which are free to sit in. No time to go inside Louvre today. Will have to save that for tomorrow. Then a short walk over to the love locks bridge. Didn't put a lock on as Octavia said the city was trying to get people to stop doing it as bridge was getting destroyed. Didn't stop the American couple with ...
... ancient art, avoiding the big things I thought Taylor would want to see, for about an hour. In some areas the building gets very warm and it's just stifling. My goal for the day was to walk and shop down Rue de Rivoli and end up at le maison de Victor Hugo. by at least 5:30 since it closed at 6. So, I got my shopping list (you gotta have one or you will spend a ton of $$) and hoofed it down the street. The great part was that the rain ...