Hotel des Jeunes (MIJE) - Fauconnier
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... and fries, and apple pie for dessert. Yum yum.
In general, people in Europe take the time to enjoy their food more than we do in the States. The servers do not work for tips, so the service is slower and they do not stop to ask how the meal is as often, if at all. You also must ask for the bill. This customer service also extends into stores in the UK. I have entered all but a few stores and was never asked if I needed help.
After we ...
... The entire forecourt was set up with chairs, screens and speakers to broadcast the choirs inside the cathedral and the concerts over the weekend - Vivaldi and Bach were featured.
After we put the 17th century to bed, we decided to find lunch and watched street vendors making crepes - pouring, spreading, smoothing, flipping, spreading with Nutella, folding into triangles, wrapping and serving with a napkin. Decadent comes to mind. I can ...
... the final leg of the journey. This bus was packed to the rafters, with standing room only for much of the time, but near the end of our route a French woman boarded the bus with a cute little dog in her oversized purse. It was definitely a "Kodak-moment", but I was a little surprised when she agreed to my request for a snapshot. You simply never know what you'll encounter on a Paris bus, but that's what makes it so fascinating!
Today we went to the Eiffel Tower. We walked there from our hotel it was about a 4km walk but it meant more sightseeing on the way! It was super chilly today so I was dressed up in my coat, scarf and new hat just like a true frenchie. I have a cold at the moment so this cold weather is not helping. We got to the Eiffel Tower about an hour before it opened, we read that this is vital if you want to avoid long queues. We definitely found this to be the case, we arrived and ...
... London. It had been a very tiring trip but a weekend I will NEVER forget! They have already announced a 2014 convention, so depending on where I am will determine whether I go, though if Dan, Lucas and Brooke are going I think I will have to.
I hope you enjoyed this blog and weren't too bored since it was all about a tv show that some of you have never seen. It took ages to write so that's why it took so long!
Until next time,