Campanile Paris Bobigny
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... waiting for the whatever to come out of the over. I grabbed a bag and thought, if they want it I do too! It ended up being fresh scones and there was some "line" jumping but no big deal. One raisin scone in my bag. That's really the end of my day. I went back to the hotel where I did a little hand-washing of some clothes and am now relaxing (sort-of) while I write this. It's midnight??!! Yikes! I'm going to bed right now Tomorrow - ...
... t get up then I would go back to sleep and miss the plane. So after a cup of coffee and some cornflakes I tiptoed out of the flat at 4am and began my journey by lugging 25kg of luggage down 15 flights of stairs, the lights went out halfway down which slowed me down because it was pitch black.
Outside in the early morning air it wasn't too bad as I started the 1.6 kilometer walk pushing my luggage to the bus stop where the first bus ...
... here we were again with poor Aleks guiding us through the streets at night! After a while, we realized it was a lot farther than we had assumed so I flagged down a cab and we parted our ways! When Karliana and I got back to our hostel it was somehow super late and we ended up going to sleep at 3:30 AM. We were so glad our new roommates were still out partying because it meant we could pack without waking anyone up! Hurray for everything falling into place! BONTOBLOGGING: traveller vs. ...
... be considered reasonably safe - as we walked home in the dark tonight several women were out walking/running or walking their dog in their own. Think I saw one of the bravest (or perhaps most irresponsible) families today - mum, dad and 3 kids all biking through Central Paris, obviously on a extended bike tour judging by the way their bikes were loaded up (oldest child would have been 10, youngest was attached to mum's bike and probably about 6years). Sent shivers down my ...
... sleep in Yaaaaaah! Wouldn't you know it, just as I was getting all enthused about going for a run....... it started to rain..... What a shame! Made the dessert for lunch. Fig frangipani tart as per Sally last weekend. Headed off to meet Steph and Tim and catch the bus down to opera where Paolo lives. Paolo runs Juvs for Tim, is Italian and has an Italian wife and two year old and had invited us for Sunday lunch. They live in ...
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