Citadines Montmartre Paris
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... so he decided it would be nice to have one in the heat. It was a long queue, as in the picture, but worth the wait, enjoying a tiramisu flavour and pistachio flavour - Jane did not yield to the temptation but did taste Brad's! We think this is the same store where an ice-cream was bought last year in Bordeaux as they presented it in the same way, as a flower. This part of Paris was sooooo busy - we worked out we have not been in Paris on a Sunday. They ...
... banks of the river. Once off the boat we took the subway to a kitchen / restaurant supply store where Terry got himself a nice copper cooking pan for much cheaper than back in Canada. Across the street we had a few beers on a patio before heading back to the hotel to unwind before dinner. Dinner was a casual Italian place where we all ordered pizzas which were all very good. Once again Paris did not disappoint, providing us with excellent food and another great ...
... land and practically across the road from the hotel. We soon discovered that this is a meeting ground for the mothers and kids of the area. Already when we got there, there were a few dozen kids playing very happily in groups while their mothers sat in their own groups chatting. While we were sitting there more and more families arrived until eventually there must have been up to 100 or so kids playing while the various mothers and nannies looked on. It really was great to ...
... in, creepy-interesting. By that time I was STARVING!!! I got a crepe with almonds in it and another diet coke, did a little looking around and finally decided that I was done. I got on the train and it took me straight back to my stop. Once I got off I knew I was going to have to find dinner. There was a little food mart in the mall or whatever that place was. Picked up a salad and saw a small gathering by the bakery section. People had ...
... to the banks back in Australia. It focuses the mind when you realise you're totally screwed if your wallet gets stolen. Have now stapled my credit cards to my **** and put my drivers license and passport down my jocks. I have to sit on the credit card readers in shops to authorise transactions but shopkeepers have been very accommodating.
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