Citadines Maine Montparnasse Paris
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I was cruising around Paris today, looking at all the little poodles and feeling mighty fine - woof.
I can get used to this life, eating doggy rolls called quasy wants and sitting watching life go by.
I managed to stow away in the shopping back and OH MY GOD, my owner Kate bought so much!!!! I nearly fell out of the bag.
Time to go chase some cars and cats.
... got to Juillet at about 6.00pm. Decided to eat in so off to the supermarket for supplies. That was an interesting adventure! Managed to buy grapes & tomatoes after being sent back to get them weighed & priced! Thank god for pictures Shirl commented. Also purchased some soft cheese, meat, beetroot dip & baguette de campagne. Yum, yum! Managed to get our washing done after a wee confusion with the operation & not requiring washing powder we found out after the ...
... the beer weren't bad, either! I also had the privilege of staying in a Bateman public house, the Woolpack Inn, so was able to sample the brew of my brethren well into the night!
Two personal pilgrimages in two days, both well and truly off the beaten track, but the bright lights of some of Europe's biggest smokes were beckoning...Paris the first amongst them! Now, I mentioned in my last blog that I hadn't 'found myself' during my time in ...
... until its negligible or completely absent its a “healthier option". Also since you're just breathing water vapor and nicotine, theres no tar or any of the additives you find in regular cigarettes. So he argues that electronic cigarettes are quite healthy and therefore popular.
Now here's a somewhat heavy issue. There are no overweight people in Paris. None. Okay, not none, but very very few. Regardless of demography. Men, women, ...
... on the rue!! And with that waved me out of his restaurant What was really confusing to me was the address 80 rue de ville hotel, now if you are up on your French you would know that rue is road, unfortunately I went looking for the actual hotel de ville. I saw a sign on the wall of this building that looked liked a hotel which turned out to be a restaurant out the front with seating inside and out, From the few occasions ...