Campanile Paris Bobigny
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... it, but there was like a cheese sauce. I was disappointed in my Wisconsiness because it was too cheesey. A bunch of people ordered it, there were nine of us, and I don't think anyone ate all of it. It's a place I will go back to! It was really great to meet more people.
After the cat cafe, we all went our separate ways home. It didn't take too long for me to get home, which was nice. We left the cafe at 6pm and Amanda texted me at like ...
... along so we sat to enjoy the warmth and try to feel the serenity. Much scurrying near the bench- lots of rats were also feeling the serenity, hoping we were going to drop picnic scraps for their lunch. Sorry, we're off! Found a copy of the Sunday Times at a tabac and home to read it from cover to cover, with crosswords, sudoku and snacks for lunch. Nigel followed some Rugby games on the Internet then headed out to ...
... of this we move the table cloth very slowly around the table until it overhangs by exactly the same amount on each side. We have no idea why we are doing this, but it passes the time. We get the bill. Even that takes a long time to come. The meal costs us $140. We paid less than this for gourmet feasts in Lyon.
We walk back to the hotel. It is dark, and the Eiffel Tower is all lit up. The views of it from our balcony are stunning. Issy says that this all feels a bit ...
... to mazurka. It was awesome. I went back a little early because I was tired (long day) and skyped my friend luke.
Thursday. I decided to text my friend Alexa, who is a vegetarian, to ask her if she would want to get some miso soup with me. She accepted, and we took the metro to what I would call "little japan town." Seriously, very surprised they had that, but it was really cool. We went to this restaurant that was tiny and completely packed and ordered soup. It ...
... spoke to a Police Officer and he explained that there were a number of political rallies in the city but they were separated by distance across the city to make sure that there were no opportunities for supporters to clash. We walked via rue Opera to the river and then along the river eventually returning to our unit at Arts et ...