A Paris BNB
Travel Blogs from Paris
... I could get closer to the front (not really elbowing). I wanted to hang around for the fireworks show that they have just before the park closes but it wasn't going to be until 11pm! I couldn't believe the park would be open that late!! I also decided I would quite happily work at Disneyland as well. Though Sim isn't to keen on living in France lol. It was a lot of fun running around being big kids for a day though when we went on the it's a small world ride we decided we looked ...
... before heading up some more stairs to the top. The view was beautiful from the top, but it would have been better if it wasnt raining. We headed down after a few minutes and were ushered out by some militray folks who were going to be having a ceremony.
Nick and I hopped on the Metro and headed home. Tara cooked a delcious chicken and we ate dinner. We enjoyed some ice cream for dessert and then headed to bed.
All this walking around is exhausting!
... route we were following, we arrived at our hotel pretty walked-out.
After a quick nap and clean-up, we hit Le Petit Cler around the corner for a quick bite to eat, a glass of cheap (but marvelous) Bordeaux, and a split of a caramel custard. Yumm. It poured again during dinner but dried up by the time it was to walk back.
We will sleep well tonight (and yes, miss the Bills game). Be well, fellow travelers!
Mike and ...
... the less drunk chick went after them (with no shies or bras!) to take the young girl back to her room. So we got her back amd the cousin got her into bed. Glad we took chase because I wouldn't want the poor thing making a bad decision. I actually said to the guy that was hanging around that if he has sex with that girl it's not okay, he actually agreed and I felt super patronising haha. Anyway when we were done playing hero 2 more drunk guys came back and they were just gross! ...
... they march the troops and cavalry men because the parade consisted of a bunch of tanks and military vehicles. Kind of boring...so I headed down into the thronging masses, caught two airplanes flying overhead, then promptly got lost trying to get out of the overwhelming crowd. Eventually found my way to a not so crowded subway and decided to head to a smaller museum which I was hoping wouldn't be as crowded.
I chose the Musee National du Moyen ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting