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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Beverage Selection
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... a lovely young French girl appeared one balcony below calling to 'our' cat! Hearing this, Rick stepped out onto the balcony (always interested in a lovely young lady!) Turns out she had been away for a holiday and the neighbor was taking care of the cat! I let the cat in our window, she came up to get him, and we are now cat-free! We opened all the windows immediately to let in the ...
Today in Paris we went to: The Eiffel Tower Heaps of restaurants A big search for Macarons that took forever and ever and then the best ones line was to long so we went to the metro and we stopped at a cafe and got the Macarons there but we were very disappointed because we walked for 12k just for ...
... and after some stair climbing and a lift we made it to the top. The photos show how amazing it all is. Last night France played germany in the soccer and the streets were filled with revellers- NOT SURE what it would have been like if france had of actually won! Jess caught up with some school friends living in Paris last night and we had aquite time, mainly because the public transport was closed due to the soccer! He had to walk home from delivering jess to her ...
Today was the perfect Parisenne spring day! We woke up to the sun shining, not a cloud in the sky & hot weather! I was even mistaken for a real Parisienne twice! Our mission today was a culinary tour of Paris. We started the morning off at Le Grande Epicerie Bon Marche - a high-end department store (like Holt Renfrew) with a gourmet food store. It was here that I found Le Beurre D'Isigny - the most delicious butter you'll ever taste - from Brittany on the coast of ...
... to eat delicious food and enjoy the language.
Our plane landed around 12:25. Again, I was surprised at how easily I sped through customs. If I had nothing to declare, why would they bother stopping to inspect my bags? I stopped by the RER Train's kiosk, and in French, I asked the lady if I could buy my ticket here. The words flew out of my mouth so quickly and easily, as if I had not just been out of the country for 3 years. I tried using my Travelex debit ...