BEST WESTERN PREMIER 61 Paris Nation Hotel
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... the exact area it was in, but the street was
so small that it did not appear on my map. I must have circled it a dozen times
until finally I saw somebody walking with a falafel and accosted them for
directions. It was worth it. This thing was huge, fresh, vegetarian, and super
yummy. I’d definitely recommend it, and I thank those who recommended it to me.
On my way back to the hostel, I stopped at the market to ...
... we would eat those beans for every meal till we died and be content. We had a cheese course, which was awesome, and they brought Charlotte Madalines so Charlotte was very happy. It was a Michelin star restaurant which was cool because it was very casual, which is quite rare. It has surprised me how casual most of Paris is really. No one dresses up too much, but also never dresses down to ...
... days is quite challenging but we pretty much covered it all!!! we saw the beautiful sacred heard church.. we had to take an outdoor glass elevator to get to the top and you could see the whole city from the view. we walked around the cute narrow cobblestone streets with coffee in hand in the district of montemarte which was so relaxing. We took the subway a lot as well as paris is HUGEEEEEE and there was just not enough time to see everything we wanted by foot only. we ...
Started in rainy Bruges. Caught the train to Brussells, and then the high speed traing to Paris.
Clocked this on my GPS with an average speed of around 290kph- but very smooth.
Arrived safely in Paris, and had our driver waiting for us at the end of the station platform.
Dropped us off right at our door, and our aparment people let us in. 4 locks, and a pass number, and then 60 ...
... around the street until we came to a bridge that took us up to the Bastille Monument. That is all there is now as the prison itself was destroyed within 2 years of the storming. Some storming, they released 7 prisoners and one of those was just a mad man. Still, it started a revolution so it is of great importance to the French.
Went back to the island and found a famous ice cream shop called the Bethillion. We each had ...