Suite Novotel Paris Porte de Montreuil
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... lest we inadvertently clothesline someone with our headphones diverting out from the splitter), and set off on our tour. I must say, Rick’s tour is great at pointing out subtle things in the composition of a piece that you wouldn’t think of on your own, and that you can pick out in other pieces as well. And we felt like we got something out of the pieces we looked at, in contrast with the masses that would pose in front of a piece, perhaps without ...
Day 2.. Happy birthday Russell. Day 2 and we think we mastered the Metro!! We took off early for our Paris Catacombs tour, wow we all learnt much about the early French years. Our guide Rachel was a walking history book and we were fascinated by her knowledge. In 1780 Paris's largest cemetery was closed due to health reasons and this saw all body's relocated under the city. It was then decided all cemetery's would store their bones underground. ...
... 2525 of them were topless, which definitely helped with our hangovers. We laid down there for a couple of hours, as well as swam in the picturesque and refreshing water. By mid afternoon, we had all had sun (especially me, who was already a light shade of pink), and went inside and relax in the pool and spa for a while. No joke, the spa was probably the hottest water I had ever step foot into, I honestly thought the restaurant was cooking a Josh, Ben and Cort roast for dinner that ...
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