Novotel Fontainebleau Ury
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... the best because it looked like it took an hour and a half to get there.
I had zero issues getting on line 1 and it didn't seem delayed to me. I got on the next metro without an issue. The issue came when getting on the RER B because the train that was at the station wasn't the one I needed, so I had to wait. I talked to a girl and was going to meet up with her and she told me that she was already in Orsay before I even got on the train. It was like 8:50 and we didn't have ...
... chicken, or vegetarian sandwiches. The students finished very quickly so they could get back to enjoying the park. We rode more rides and did a little shopping before we went to Planet Hollywood for dinner. It was one of the quietest dinners we have had so far because the students had cheeseburgers and French fries! They rushed through an ice ...
... all the people. There is always a chair available. Sitting in the sun watching the boats float around in the fountain - perfect. I'm glad I drugged up and went out. It was such a beautiful day - Miss and I had a ball. Every so often we'd remind ourselves that we're having a girls day out in Paris. Our girls day usually consists of a visit to the local shopping centre for a muffin and coffee - this was heaps ...
... and learnt about the process of making perfume and becoming a perfumer. It takes 10 years to do it and you can never smoke, drink or eat spicy food as it destroys the sense of smell. I bought a small bottle of belle Cherie, and the woman promised it was the best perfume for attracting men. I had a wee lol at that, as most of the guys seemed pretty overwhelmed by the smell testing we did. After that, we walked to the Louvre and took lots ...
Am feeling back to normal now since I was able to wake up at 5.30 am and feel rested, it will be a long and busy day today and very tiring. When we each give our talks, we have to try to use simple English so the translators can change it to French. The ladies translating have not done this professionally, and may not understand all our terms, so will be a challenge. This morning's class was spoken in Mandarin and ...