Hotel de Savoie
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... from terminal to terminal in the airport. Once we got to terminal 2 we had an hour and a half to kill. The airport was so lovely and calming, filled with gardens and sculptures. Terminal 2 even had a coi fish pond. We had dinner at McDonalds and boy was that my first major culture shock. The cashier didn't speak much English and Tessa and I ordered this weird looking burger which came with sweet potato (kumara) fries and a ...
This was our first day in Paris. We landed in the morning and got to the hotel around 10 a.m. We are staying at the Hotel Hi Matic. We chose it cause it looks cool and it's close to a lot of stuff. It costs $150 per night.
We were tired and wanted to rest but we couldn't check in until 3 p.m. so we went to ...
... with hollandaise and John Dory. For dessert we can't resist the house specialty, Mille Feuille, which you have to see to believe (see picture). Of course we only get half way through it but boy was it worth it. C'est magnifique!!
We enjoy a lovely stroll halfway home and I take a photo of David with his good friend Cate. Tired but happy we hail a cab for the last couple of kilometres back to the flat. It has been another wonderful day in Paris!!
... s parfum. Among the high end shops the junkie trinket shops managed to sneak their way in with flashing lit Eiffel Towers and sparkly tshirts that said "I heart Paris". I am pretty sure I bought one of those when I was in my 20's and in Paris for the first time. We agreed as we sat at a cafe that we couldn't imagine being in Paris any other time that didn't require wearing a scarf. Back on the double decker we went to continue our ...
... am now officially living there, I do feel quite an affinity for Paris. Therefore the quote. I love the USA more than any other country in the world. I also love to travel of course, and can’t imagine the day when I will stop, but as far as living in the long term, America is my country. Paris, however, will always hold a part of my heart.
Fair warning, this may be my most sappy post so far. So if you’re allergic to poetry or mushy stuff, you may as ...
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