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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... we have tasted before enjoying pistachio, coconut with lime infusion, Black Forest, kirsch, and Mona Lisa (tempered chocolate with her eyes and filled with chocolate mousse), after dessert we shared a club sandwich! They even had a large eclair croquembouche which was rather spectacular. While there we saw a motorcade with the German president pass by at great speed, also another VIP in town with USAs John Kerry - ...
... I'll some way or another end up in Pamplona the next day to see Alan and Angela. So I think the majority of my flights are booked now, and they weren't even that expensive! It was a lot of work to plan them out though.
I'm off to mass now - it's Palm Sunday, and then I'm off to Taize, a sort of retreat center in the alps. There isn't really interested in Taize so I won't be updated my blog until I get back to Paris - have a blessed Holy Week in the ...
... Peace and Love hostel. No really, that's what it's called. They hadn't arrived yet so I sat in the bar and watched France play Ukraine in football. Met a really nice girl from China while I waited and then after she left talked to the bartender from Columbia. We exchanged contact info (I need some friends in this city). It's amazing how people end up scattered all over the ...
Arrived in Paris this morning after a very long flight. Bit of a nightmare finding our way to the hotel on the train and metro but eventually made it. Too early to check in so decided to go for a coffee. Justine still not here so went across the road to buy a SIM card for the mobile. What an experience! Think I was there for almost two hours. In the meantime it started to ...
... and willow trees in various stages of sunlight. By donating the paintings after The First World War, “Monet was offering Parisians a haven of peace, inviting them to contemplate an image of nature evoking infinity.” There is no horizon and no shoreline in the paintings.
We took the No. 4 Metro back to our residences about 4 pm. A ...