Suite Home Paris 19eme
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... said, you should have printed, but is ok. Once in Brussels it became NOT ok. We had to go to the ticket office and print tickets which caused us to miss our connection. We ended up on the next train which will actually work better sad we won't need to take a local train in ...
... on our feet for so long, so we wanted to take a quick break
and sit down. Unfortunately it was
raining, and being cheapskates, we didn’t want to go into a café and have to
buy something. Instead, we found a
little alleyway that was covered and plopped down there for a bit. After a quick rest, we finished the walk to
the Arc, and had to go underground to get to the middle of the street, where it
was. We then got ...
... about. Walking across the next street we notice a man and a different girl holding a very similar gold ring between them with a long discussion going on between them. They part without money seeming to change hands so I'm not sure if it was the ring scam or not. We watched the girl until we are approached by a well dressed man with a coat over his arm asking if we speak English. He said he and his fiancé had just arrived in Paris and had lost all their luggage, ...
... half the shops in the capital city close for the entire peak tourist season, while the owners desperately try and escape their prospective customers and the possibility that someone may want to purchase something from them. It's almost as if the entire population is Manny from Black Books, which I have decided was set on the wrong side of the channel.
This was the same story at most of the tourist attractions, so to get our cultural dose, we headed to one that was recommended ...
Ok peeps the excitement has begun! We are flying business class. That's right you heard correctly. Seats fold down into a bed, 16 in touch screen TV, complimentary champagne, and lots more leg room. A girl could get used to this kind of travel. The meal was to die for! Lobster for an appetizer, rice and scallops for dinner, and a very delicious dessert. And the best part was all the champagne and wine you could drink! After a 7 hour flight we finally made it to ...