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- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
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... also had raspberry syrup stuff on it. It was pretty good if I do say so myself. I had hot chocolate, this country uses real chocolate in their hot chocolate. It's too much for me. Either way, I enjoyed the cafe a lot more today than before.
After, we went wandering around looking for bagels that Amanda had seen the day before. We went to the Jewish quarter, but didn't find any that looked good. So we bought ...
... terrorist killings in Tunisia and Lyon, France. Very sad. Yesterday the Parisian taxis staged a strike to protest Uber. Parisian taxis pay high fees and taxes and Uber drivers do not. We were not directly affected by the strike but we are grateful that the strike is over and we should easily be able to get to the airport tomorrow. So today we hopped on the "hop on/hop off" bus that carried us around the city. We saw the beautiful Notre Dame Cathedral, the Eiffel Tower, ...
... and the boy jumped off his seat to offer it to someone. The train jolted and he grabbed my sides as if he were grabbing me to stop himself from falling over. He apologised and I didn't think anything of it. The man sitting next to him said to us, be careful of that boy because he is a pick pocket. Luckily I didn't have anything in my jacket pockets and my bag was crossed over my body at the front where I was holding it. What a little **** ...
... our neighbourhood a little better and in the evening dined on various mousses and dips, bouillabaisse and Bavette (flank steak) and barley risotto followed by a Pain retrouvé, a take off on Pain Perdue or similar to French Toast with ice cream and salted caramel sauce. Later that evening, the kids regaled us with stories of their adventures in Disney under clear skies and with minimal line-ups, the advantage of going in the fall. After listening to them we ...
... in the line, a 5 Euro note falls onto the ground. An opportunistic tourist leans over, snatches up the note and quickly pockets it. They don't offer it back to the poor man who just sold his umbrella, they just pocket the money as if it ain't no thang. Worse still, no one who saw it says anything. Apparently it's a dog eat dog world in Paris. Not only do you have the constant worry of bag snatchers, but you also have to be wary ...