Super 8 Paris
Travel Blogs from Paris
Tonight we're staying in the Alpha Psi chapter house of Pi Kappa Phi. This place is huge! The whole house houses over 100 brothers and is well over three times the size of the WSU chapter house. Also had a great friendship visit with happiness bag where we had a huge dance party and Keriokie session. We even had the mayor doing the chicken dance with us and the ...
... ideas of where to go. We all sat around in our homes and trucks for over an hour and a half before we were given the okay to drive up the street to an empty lot that we had supposedly received permission to set up on.
The lot was mostly gravel but had some pools of water in the center so after we all parked, some gravel was brought over to fill it in. John and I had noticed upon arriving that there was a coffeehouse/café next to the lot so we parked in a ...
America and Australia are vastly different countries. Sure, we drive on different sides of the road, have different slang terms, and operate on a different system of measurement, but it's the little differences that are the most entertaining, confusing, frustrating, amazing, or interesting.
- Through my studies here, I have learned a lot about the rights American's have in terms of the access to ...
... and defence. This mean that there was around 80 players per team, so much so that almost the entire length of the side of the field was lined with players.
... Here they follow something called the AP Stylebook (maybe we follow it in Australia but I've never heard of it). It could almost be described as the journalist's Bible. I constantly find myself having to stop and correct little things that might be correct in Australia, but Remembering to spell things differently is a whole other issue - thank goodness for spell ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking