Residhome Parc du Millenaire
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... spelling is questionable), which is basically a library so I'm not sure why it isn't called a bibliothèque. We went there to pick up some books for vacation I guess. Then we picked out Halloween costumes to take to camp. They leave on Saturday morning.
Speaking of vacation, I still have no idea what I'm going to do. I legit have zero plans at this point. I think I might explore Paris with Amanda and go to England next ...
... I wasn't sure if I should smile or not. The lady didn't even like count off or anything. I'm lucky that I'm so photogenic! It doesn't help that it has been super windy all day, so my hair is a giant mess.
I had to refill the card at the machine and I was trying to do that and I put in the wrong number for my pin and accidentally canceled the process instead of clearing the number. I turned around and there were a lot of people waiting so I ...
... understanding most of what she had to say, and attempting to reply in French.
Our room was very large by French standards - a lounge area, bedroom area and bathroom - very nice! The Sofitel hotels in Paris don't have club rooms, and so there was no advantage in terms of food. In fact, breakfast wasn't even included - Michael used one of his vouchers to cover his breakfast, whilst I opted to have a decaf coffee in our room and buy a pastry later in the ...
... s restrooms. We then spent our last evening in Paris doing our bloody washing. Such fun. I think we all feel fairly satisfied that thanks to the hop on hop off bus, we've seen pretty much most of central Paris. Not in any great depth but as much of the main attraction from the outside as we wished. It is a great place and I will come back but maybe in autumn to see the leaves ...
... of Hell, Burghers from Calais, the Thinker! We walked to the Seine River and bought tickets for a Seine River cruise. We had to walk further down the river to catch the boat and got lost on the way. Finally, we found it and enjoyed the one-hour cruise. Went from the Ille de La Citie down past the Eiffel Tower, turned around and went past Notre Dame and then headed back. It felt wonderful to rest on the ...