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... a reasonable case of OCD unless this is normal for the French. It is a very nice apartment and it is immaculate and very central. But prefer things to be a bit more relaxed and laid back. The building was built in 1810 and you need to enter a code to enter the building. It has the tiniest lift I have ever seen, we had to travel up to the third floor with our cases separately. So tomorrow is our first full day in Paris and there is so much to ...
... daily allowance, and pay the rest as we saw fit. I did get the lecture about staff we don't see, but other than that, there was no issue in changing the tipping.
I also asked about disembarkation - and requested we get an early "colour", as we had a connection. Worth doing if it works. Our connection is fairly tight, so we don't have time to muck around, but it will mean an earlier morning.
There seem to be varying opinions ...
... No wonder there were cops everywhere. Eventually I realized I hadn't been to the Luxembourg gardens yet so I checked it out. There were a ton of people there lounging on a Saturday afternoon and it looked quite fun. The sun was hot but there was a ton of shade so I picked a table at a cafe in the middle of the park and ordered a glass of wine and ate some more of the baguette. It was fun to sip on a nice Bordeaux and watch the people. It was getting close to time. I went out ...
... a hurry to get their jobs done. Jared's in-flight entertainment system was frozen & they couldn't fix it, my headphone jack didn't work. We knew there would not be any food served so fortunately we had packed sandwhiches - but its still strange. When we arrived in Reykjavik - we had 20 minutes to change planes & go on to London. However, because EU security regulations are different than Canada's - they forced all passengers off the plane ...