Parc Hotel Paris
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This city is in a constant state of motion…not waiting for the sun to shine…or the weekend to come or the rain to stop…The ferris wheel seems to go around all day every day at the place de la concorde.
It has been a good day of more exploring today with Mike & Bailey…understanding of the layout of this great city is coming!!!
... miles of crops and wind turbines and past a nuclear power station. Managed a good kip.
First stop was Chateau de Chenonceau, built in mid 1500's on the Cher River (for those of you from the Waikato - about the same width and colour as the Waipa River) Occupied by a number of prominent women, all of whom contributed to some addition or other. My favorite, Catherine de Medicis (#2 after Diane de Poitiers) both ex's of Henri II, built the ...
It’s only been a few days since my last post, but so much has happened. I’ll try to focus on the more interesting parts, and please forgive me if I jump around a bit. Also, to keep this a reasonable length, I may not catch up entirely.
Sam and Amy arrived Wednesday afternoon and I met them at the Café Lazar on the corner of our street. As I’ve previously mentioned, Sam will be my roommate during this semester. I met her at ...
... Cathedral (French for Our Lady of Paris). THIS time we were toured through by an excellent guide. Did you know the purported Crown of Thorns is a relic here, along with a fragment of the cross and one of the nails? This world renown cathedral was begun in 1160 and completed in 1345. The stained glass rose windows are simply glorious to see, especially from the inside. Our guide told us that the windows were preserved during three wars - the French Revolution, and the First ...
... She responded with "une peu" meaning "a little". We then said the word "grocery" and she didn't know then Jordan said "supermarket" and she pointed us up a hill and to the right. I was proud I could communicate at least a little. The grocery store was cute and little. After eating some pastry snacks we hung out at the train station and walked down the street a little where we found a skate park and a playground right next to ...