Hotel Fouquet's Barriere
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... The route of these passages took us to The Louvre where Eric showed us where we could find the shortest queue. As the time was getting on,nearly lunch time when everything closes we decided to actually visit the Louvre on Wednesday,as it is closed on Tuesday and instead go to the Tuileries Gardens and walk down The Champs Élysées to The Arc de Triomphe. The Jardin des Tuileries are 28 hectares of formal gardens where Parisians paraded ...
... so they did not know what to do. Finally we got through and had an hour and a half to our flight. So we sat at a acfe because again there were no other seats available and then our gate when on the board so we went to find seats there and lucked out. Finally we got on the plane and were on our way back to Ireland. I was so happy just to be going back to normalcy and not having to trek around a bag every couple of days and sleep in hostels worried of bugs and other people in ...
... foreign drinking game (ie. when you don't understand what they're saying.. you drink! I call it the Pablo.) So by the time we got back on the bus, most of us were sufficiently tipsy. Some more than others. One of the boys stumbled back on the bus covered in red lipstick after being pursued by the shows resident drag queen and proceeded to sing Spice Girls into the bus microphone. Oh Mickey Moo Moo, what will we do with you?
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... starts banging and shaking the door and calls out "AIDE AIDE" under the door. Stephen opens his translator app and starts to write a note in French to slip under the door. His original thought was to drop notes off the balcony. Luckily, for the passer byers, we didn't have any bottles for his messages. And me? I begin googling, emailing and phoning every business in the building until I come up triumphs. That was one phone ...
... our night by strolling home through the Jardin de Toulires, we walked through the summer fair, ate ice cream and churros and laughed at the patrons getting saturated on the splash down coaster. We were soon home and tucked up in bed, another huge day of walking, talking, eating and exploring. Paris was starting to feel more alive to me than ever and each day of exploring only brought to light the endless beauty this city has to ...