BEST WESTERN PREMIER 61 Paris Nation Hotel
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... top floor with the girls room upstairs with twin beds and I have the sofa in the lounge area. We have the balcony doors open to let in some air as it has been very hot here today but it is pretty noisy with lots of tooting. Lots more big scooters here than in London.
So we will head out in a bit as there are several places to eat along the street so will pick one and have tea then an early night ready to do the hop on thing tomorrow. ...
... time in Paris came to an end.
On our walk home we had to pass through the Christmas markets once again and on a whim we stopped and collected some incredible farm fresh cheese, a black peppercorn salami and a couple of soft baguettes so that we could take full advantage of our apartment living for our last night.
We had such a wonderful time in the City of Light and while we wish it was just a tad bit warmer so we could have enjoyed taking a few more ...
... This is much the same as you will encounter in any large courtyard, place, jardin, or the like where large numbers of Parisians gather.
No. 7 The UBC or Uniform Building Code requirements for the depth and height for stair treads was codified long after Paris was built. ...
... you get near Naples then the tunnels start happening. The first one was five kms long and then we passed thru two more but they weren't as long. These tunnels save enormous amounts of time climbing mountain ranges in Europe.
From the car Naples appears huge and dirt poor. Its probably not really all like that but the areas we drove thru were very average to poor housing areas and then we even saw an area of slums which was very sad to see.
As we made ...
... similar to what he had walked into the shop with. So even though it was only about 2 weeks later Kev now needed another haircut. We found many coiffures on our walk but were impressed by a Turkish man in a little salon who seemed to have a fairly steady stream of French men arriving for their haircut. He did an exceptional job for only 10€. Considering Kev's amazing haircut last year when we were actually in Turkey it may have to be a condition, that his ...