Hotel Carladez Cambronne
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... lamb Christmas lunch with Soheil's dad and hit the park for a beautiful sunny afternoon - Boxing Day: Dianne and Soheil had a dinner aperitif party including secret Santa. I ate so much food I nearly burst and won some funky snowman ear muffs - it was a great night had by all - Soheil's birthday: a lovely family day starting with lunch at hippo followed by a walk along the canal St-Martin up towards Bastille - NYE: another excuse to eat and ...
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... conquests. Most guide books say it is not worth the visit unless you are a military or Napolean buff. My second hotel happens to be close to this area. I had a L'Open map with me and snaked my way through the neighboorhood, which reminded me a bit of Charleston, SC with the narrow sidewalks and cobblestone streets. At times the tower was in view and at times it was not. 25 minutes later I found the Eiffel Tower. It was 11am.
... Seville, when I heard someone whistle "Imagination" so I started to sing along, and we continued into a duet. I will never know who was outside that shower stall, and that makes me happy.
It was in the mornings that I bought a baguette for breakfast, always breaking off the top and eating it before I could reach the hostel. It was in the moments I would spend alone in a cafe, sipping an espresso and reading a book.
Happiness was every time ...
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Dee had wanted to return to the rue Cler area, where we'd stayed back in April, to finish some souvenir shopping, and to see if the little jewelry store on rue ...