Balladins Paris 19
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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... who fought for France (especially those who fought during the Napoleonic Wars. It was a French holiday, so some french soldiers were performing a ceremony under the arch which was cool to watch. This monument is in the middle of a giant roundabout. We're talking like a 9 lane roundabout. It's insanely scary. I got a lot of anxiety just from watching people drive (cars, trucks, scooters and even bikes!) make their way through this scary driving contraption. You're able to go through ...
... to T-shirts just to try and cool down……I’m sure we looked a bit odd in T-shirts, but it was the only way to survive ! A lot of the shops are really hot inside, but some shops are completely open with no heating…….. and it is tough to get the balance of clothes right.
Another tip is be careful asking for a cup of hot chocolate. From some stores (not all), like the one we ordered ...
... screen, and we kept our eyes on two men who appeared to be scheming around to pick pocket. Although we didn't see it happen, I was pretty confident that's what they were doing. Once we found our platform number, we hopped on a train to Brussels, Belgium, where we would be staying with our friend from home Kathleen. There was an adorable baby who kept me distracted for most of the way, as we interacted by smiling back and forth, and me popping my gum bubbles while he watched, ...
... is a term used in linguistics to mean 'the global language' (aka English), but literally translates obviously as 'the French Language', as French was once the go-to common language. There is a strong sense of irony there. Our interactions went much like this: Once a waiter realised we didn't speak French, we would be handed a French-English menu, but we would try our best to order in French. The waiter would correct our pronunciation, and would converse ...
... view of the fountain and the palace in the background of the manicured gardens – what a chore this is!!
Enjoyed a lengthy and filling breakfast – that baguette is something else and yesterday was definitely no fluke. The almond croissant was also outstanding and rivals the one I had in Sydney for best ever. The slightly burn bits (all their stuff is cooked in an authentic wood oven) gave it a taste that really made it sing! We ...