- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a cab to the louvre and we dropped Nathalie back to her house on the way. No queuing at this time of night (we arrived there at 7.30pm). Went first to see Venus de milo first and then straight to mona Lisa. This is the ideal time to visit as there were relatively few people around. Jenny was over it then so she went back to the shops whilst I went and had more of a look around. Went to the other side to Napoleons III's apartment. Very rich with red velvet and gold everywhere, ...
... should have known right away that this was not the case at all. They may sometimes come off as a bit rude or stand-offish, but it's just part of the culture. You aren't in the Deep South or Texas anymore where everyone greets you with a smile. In fact, the French have a small obsession with American culture and try to sneak it into their own in various capacities. A friend of mine said there was a ridiculous line at the Abercrombie & Fitch on the Champs Elysees on Sunday ...
... to see! It's a bit of a struggle, but hopefully she'll be more comfortable with me over the next few weeks.
Overall, my first week has been a definite learning experience. I still feel a little out of place, but everyday I am beginning to feel more and more at home. In the next few weeks, I will hopefully establish more of a regular schedule and be able to explore more of the area and Paris. I love hearing from all of you, so keep the comments and messages coming!
... 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">This monument in particular reveres 11,000 who lost their lives and whose remains were unaccounted for.
I have to say that I found it ...
... very possibly disinterested) party seems a bit bizarre to me. Yet on some other level, it is an unbelievably powerful and simple way of communicating and sharing the unknown. It really makes you wonder, who is reading all these adventures and tales that spring to life on pressing the 'new entry' button...
The au pair experience in Paris has been tough, and I've been lucky enough to have new (albeit somewhat scary) experiences on venturing into Pairs ...