Rubens at the Plaza
Travel Blogs from Paris
... for statics - smth that is quite hard for me, because taekwondo mostly is a dinamic sport)
- didn't buy the vitamins yet
2) + missed one day of french, but doubled the work on the next day get back on the track
3) + reading, accents study as well as surfing the english websites
4) - the docs are not ready yet
Only one week before leaving to Minsk... J'ai besoin de ajouter quelues points a mon liste de ...
... never offered any of this specialty. Very French.
Friday, July 19:
Today was a rest day. The TdF was riding through town and everyone was excited. There was all the color, noise and motion of the Tour. I watched the pelaton and breaks ride though Bourg d'Oisan and then found a bar to watch the race ride up Alpe d'Huez twice. Fantastic.
Thursday, July 19:
Alpe d’Huez, Alpe d’Huez, Alpe d’Huez.
... a nice shaded area where people gathered to watch beat boxers entertain the area. Out in the center was a gigantic pond with minature sailboats and a manor that used to or still houses the French Senate. (Can't remember what I read) For lunch, I officially overloaded myself with Macarons, a tuna baguette and some delicious Orangina. After Luxembourg we strolled down the il de l'citi to Notre Dame. It's amazing how it stands on an island on the ...
... to be raised Catholic; I'm glad I understand what's going on in the churches and with some of the history.
... train was going, I ended up having to take some gravol! Brendan met a bunch of boys over the stay in London and went out with them for awhile last night, so he was extremely exhausted this morning. He fell asleep on the train and started snoring, not to mention began to lean again the women next to him. (She was very ok with it though, she's from Austin, TX). We managed to take a quick snap of the situation! Once in Paris we have little trouble rinsing the hostel. It's more modern than ...