A Paris BNB
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
Travel Blogs from Paris
... first ride was the Sky Chairs which were breathtakingly (not in a good way) high. We stopped in front of this swinging arm thing, with two carriages on either end of an arm span that had to be close to 50, they load up 16 people and fling them around at up to 5.5Gs. They even have clear face covers over each seat so that if you lose your lunch you don't ruin anyone elses day. As I was sitting at the exit point astounded and snapping away, I realised my foot was sliding ...
... forward and you keep lifting it up and then it happens all over again and again....and again.
The bus finally arrived and after we'd unloaded our luggage we decided how to get to the apartment we were staying at for the week. Talking about apartments, I forgot to mention, while we were on our night bus tour of London, they took us past the most expensive apartments in London. We were flabbergasted to find out the rates were $100,000 pounds per year!!! How can people ...
... about closing my travel purse and hugging it to my body. But. The ticket machine was a touch screen and the first time we tried to get tickets, it timed out. We started again. Leslie was going to use her MasterCard but I said I would pay cash so I fished a Euro bill out of my change purse but neglected to zip my bigger purse closed. Two men approached Leslie and engaged her in a question about the machines. I was trying to feed the Euro note into the slot. The men ...
... we got up and surprisingly we were all very awake for having only gotten 4 hours of sleep the night before! We ate breakfast at a nice restaurant then headed for the Notre Dame Cathedral and the Love Lock Bridge. The church is probably one of the most beautiful churches I've seen. The detail and the architecture is incredible. The next part of the trip was my favorite because we got to eat crepes and those are one of my favorite things about Paris! ...
Leaving Germany and heading to Paris! Britt is tagging along to enjoy some of Paris' finest. ;)
The start to the journey didn't go so well….Missed our first train, but made up for it by still making our original second train. One thing i have learned about traveling is that nothing is certain. haha. Enjoyed some flat bread pizzas on the train. I also brought the last two Dr. Peppers left. They are few and far between in Europe so i can't just leave them at Britt's ...