Moevenpick Hotel Paris Neuilly
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I can't wait to live close to work so I don't have to wake up early. I love sleeping in so much during my days off, even though I still get woken up. It was weird because the kids left for school, but then at like 8:45am, I heard both parents come back and then leave again a little before 9am. I want a job where I don't have to show up until 10am. Is that realistic at all?
The doors in this country are really strange. The lady dropped off the mail today and ...
... and I sure as heck don't want it.
Beatrice told me that I eat fast at lunch today. Like, I don't eat 3 plates of pasta like your children so it doesn't take me as long. I'm like we only have like 30 minutes for lunch and then it was 15 minutes at work. According to her, it's not healthy to eat in 15 minutes. My bad? Sorry that I don't embrace the French lifestyle of having a 2 hour long lunch.
This afternoon, I had English with Rapha. ...
... this damn building. How am I supposed to shower without water? I can't and the water won't work for another 20 minutes.
When the French say 20 minutes, they mean an hour. The water was still a little funky when I showered at noon. The sink in the bathroom near my room hardly runs. I have no idea what they were trying to "fix" but I think they made it worse. Since I couldn't shower or brush my teeth until noon, I missed out on going ...
Waking up refreshed on Wednesday morning we started our tourist trek on the "Left Bank" with a peak into Eglise Saint-Julien-le-Pauvre (Saint Julien the Poor). This little church started construction in 1165 and sits adjacent to the Square Rene-Viviani, which is home to a locust tree planted in 1601, the oldest tree in Paris.
... on their iphones so any time we set out to go somewhere the area we cover looks like a drunk weaving from side to side. We are covering at least twice the distance required, I am pretty sure they are both running a scam to "pretend" to be lost so they can ask attractive Parisians for directions. Yesterday we ended up at the ring road (way out of our way) rather than Sacred Cour - we gave ...