Hotel Sezz Paris
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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... the weather more in Tucson. She still works and loves her job, although he is retired. Most work he has ever done is since he retired, and sometimes thinks he should go back to work so he can relax. It did mean he saved money on a travel agent though as he had the time to do all the booking and planning himself. He even managed to arrange the whole thing and only missed one day - which they were lucky enough to be able to extend at the hotel they were booked in when ...
Since the last Blog we have had 2 nights in beautiful Barcelona and 7 in Paris. Five of our Paris days were spent with Florencia and Fernando and what fun we have had. Once again we have been treated with mainly great weather, one cloudy day and one later afternoon rain fall and what ...
... Pass are right next door until I pay for the ticket. Thought about buying it and was on the fence, but after purchasing the Orsay ticket, clearly not going to be needing it. Ticker vendor asks how old I am, takes me a second to remember I am 26, and then I look at the sign and see 18-25 cost less. Of course they do.
Take out my Rick Steves’ Paris guide and flip to the Orsay pages and take his tour of ...
... the Sorbonne founded it the 1200s, the first university in France and one of the first in Europe, had all its lessons and lectures delivered in Latin – to students bound for the Catholic priesthood (the official language of which was Latin). So there were many poor students ambling around speaking (bad) Latin. Thus, 800 years later, the area is still called the Latin Quarter. And it’s very touristy, and a great place to get a ...
... Especially entertaining was the group of firemen in red hotpants stretching out after a run across the park.
The entrance to the gardens from the street begins with an orderly forest. The many pathways are well defined and lined with a solid row of lush shade trees on each side. There doesn't seem to be a single leaf or wayward blade of grass on the paths. This section of the gardens ...