Hostel Faubourg Montmartre
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
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... restaurants open between the hours of 2-7:30, so you better eat before 2 and not get hungry until 7:30. Same thing with boulangeries, there are no croissants here, too bad, should've came earlier. It's kindof charming and annoying at the same time. One time I was walking down the street with Ziming and I started laughing because I was thinking of a youtube video I would make about Paris vs Nice if I were actually a paresian. It's like the difference between New York and idk... ...
... the bus. So no clear photos. You hear a lot of 'damn bush' when the buttons click. We stop on the hill in Monaco to take a photo of Princess Grace's memorial plaque. Her death was caused by car accident coming down the 'tour b road'. (I asked where had it happened?) Stephanie was in the car. Some say Prince Rainer didn't pay the maffia taxes. Arrived at Eze. At the Fragonard perfume factory. We see out the window of the bus that it is €100 ...
... remember there were some jalapeno peppers, they weren’t
too hot, just the right kinda spicy. And yes, you can bet that I polished off
my mountain of nachos. I also had the best drink there! I went for the
non-alcoholic option because it was waaaaay cheaper, but it was called the
Groupie Grind and it was made of mango puree, pina coloda mix and pineapple
juice, blended with a fresh strawberry swirl. It was soooo good and came in a
fun glass. The hard rock ...
... the other half lives. Here was the who of who of fashion boutiques and jewellery stores. In the famous Hotel de Paris we saw a Graff Jewellery shop, the same brand as the flash winery with its ice cubes in the urinal we has visited in Stellenbosch, South Africa. I tried to walk confidently into this famous hotel and was picked up quickly by the overlooking doorman who wanted to know what was I doing, "Just looking", I embarrassingly replied. At $2000 night the ...
... where we started out and then walked up a steep hill...lots of those here....to Le Palais Princier. A few souvenir shops there so Simon got a Monte Carlo formula one racing shirt...well you have to. Wondered down the alleyways, observed the changing of the guard at the palace and admired the views. Had some lunch and wondered back to train station to head back to Villefranche Sur Mer. Worked out how to purchase ...