Hotel Campanile Paris Est - Porte de Bagnolet
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C'est beau et la manger étais bon mais les chambre sont vraiment petit!
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... During the day, one never has to wait longer than three minutes for a train.
... amount of food she has been feeding me. This morning we ate yogurt, ham and butter sandwiches with mustard and cornichon pickles. OJ, coffee, and more cheese, and now I'm trying to entertain the idea of force feeding myself the fruit she just put in front of me.
Also from what I've gathered, I think we are going to the family's beach house at the Berck Plage (for a week) to visit Paul on Saturday or Sunday. Then I will be staying with my cousin Frank for a week.
... Walking along, "Oh, that looks pretty", head towards it, repeat, lost. I think I prefer getting lost really. I've found all kinds of amazing these just wandering around, heading towards the pretty or interesting. If all else fails, I can always pay a fortune to get a cab driver to take me back to where I started. But this time I just stay within a fairly small area. I think. Who knows. I sometimes feel that if my life were a sitcom, there would constantly ...
... in a funky little alley bar. Really didn't want to eat another obligatory 3 course meal and found a little salad bar with falafel for €6 and that included a bottle of water! Where has that little gem been hiding! Then got all the way to the top of the stairs (apartment does not have a lift) (3 flights) put the stuff down to get the key and kicked the bottle and it started to roll. Uh oh - then you here it thump and crash, miss a flight of stairs before it ...
... Her name was Paris (in Paris!) and she was a model who had moved here to join some agencies. It was great to hear an Aussie accent and chat with her and the stall owner.
I was shocked by the Centre Pompidou building because it was in such contrast to all the others around it. The building was an exposed skeleton of brightly coloured tubes. All the mechanical systems were on the outside, and it either looked unfinished or like a work of art, and I ...