Residence Mercure Le Scenario
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the palace and all the different people that lived there. We didn't get long to explore the gardens as holly was meting up with a friend and Bridget wanted to go with which sucked I could have spent hours wandering through. All was all rush from there getting ready and jumping on the tube to met Felix and his friends. The bar is cool it's where all the students go and it has ...
... the parade trail, near the entry way to a cafe. Everything was going well until suddenly hundreds of people had the same idea as I did and started to push and shove in order to make their way onto the sidewalk. After various failed attempts to get out of the crowd, that was completely cutting all entry of air into the area, I decided to do the next best thing and crowd surf my way out. *Thank you all those rowdy teenagers at shows for teaching me how to get out of ...
... so maybe he'll come look for me there. Eventually, I wander into the tabac and decide to buy a prepaid phone so that I can call him. The gentleman at the tabac was very helpful; he sold me the phone, helped me open it and explained how to use it. This would have all been excellent, except for some reason I could not activate the phone. I was supposed to receive a text after calling the activation number, and it never came. I ...
... spears that had barbs and hooks attached that I realised I had wandered through a museum dedicated to things that stabbed, cut, and gouged other human beings into pieces. At that point I swore off war museums, and found my way out of there, hoping to clean my mind with a bit of sculpture or art. But it wasn't to be, so I wound my weary way home. Viewing the impossibly grand tomb of Napoleon however made it one of my favourite days in Paris.
... that my French was pretty good. I told him that I'd studied in Aix, but that I truly only missed Paris. He laughed because it's true. Aix was great, but there was just too much dog excrement everywhere for me to want to go back. It was three hours away on the expensive high-speed train, anyway.
I left the store, beaming, with my new acquisition. On that day, I became a watch person. It was as if the Mona Lisa had convinced me to treat myself ...