Park & Suites Prestige Paris Grande Bibliotheque
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... And as most of you know, the thought of this scared the **** out of me at first as I'm usually the first person to head home and to bed by 10:30pm, so how was I going to not only eat at 10pm but then go out drinking from 11. It turns out I'm actually only a slave to the sun and only need to be in bed 4 hours after it has set without any issues. So in this case staying out until 3 or 4 in the morning has not been an issue, and has now ...
... stairs and it is the the highest elevation point in Paris. Therefore, the views are stunning. I couldn't see the tower but the rest of Paris is just as beautiful. It is interesting that no building within the city limits can be taller than the tower so off in the distance I could see the tall business office buildings. We stayed in the shade for awhile and talked about the differences between American and France. One thing I've learned is people are not afraid to ask touchy ...
... were so close that I knocked the gentleman's elbow next to us with my fat ass as I was taking my seat! This couple never said one word to each other during their meal, then on the other side of us were two gals chatting their entire meal.
Jeff had lamb & I had duck breast, pommel frites and my first salad of the trip! By now we are fading & walked back to the hotel. Stopped at a small ...
Okay, not may people go to Paris to study French horns, I understand that! To get through this blog, you will have to put up with my bias on this topic, since I've played the French horn (on again-off again) since high school days. In recent years, especially in Nebraska, I rekindled my interest, began to practice again after several years of personal-enjoyment-only playing, and was invited to join the French horn section of the Kearney (Nebraska) ...
... the promising sky. I should know by now that its best that I don't mentioned the weather. Nothing good ever comes of me making meteorological predictions. After my little sleep out on the train, I woke up in a shroud of dark mist cloaking our train. That will burn off later I said optimistically to Jenny. There was a French businessman sitting next to me looking very officious. You know the French are very good with their English and most can at least understand you. I can ...