Green Hôtels Paris 13
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... restaurant with great food and I even had a cocktail - Campari
(in honour of Mum). We sat and people watched. Our waiter was very
nice and even listened to our bad French.
This beautiful girl
came in and sat at a table in front of us. She had a glass of wine and
lingered over it for a long time. No one showed up we wondered if she
had been stood up by someone, she got up and left ...
... and while we never got to stop and explore any of these areas, from a distance it actually appeared that the ways of life in Germany and The Netherlands had some similarities. The towns still appeared to be made up of small buildings, tightly packed with no yards, and lots of communal spaces. But they also looked so distinctly different. There were no canals - the Germans appear to have this thing called actual land to build upon, as opposed to reclaimed ocean - and ...
... a blue pair of boots though!
Dinner tonight was on Rue de la Harpe. We had dinner here last year with some of the OFCs and spouses. Quick and dirty places along this drag....but you can't go wrong with Pizza.
Another hour to kill before the show so we stumbled into a little jazz/piano bar adjacent to Pont Neuf. Some interesting artworks inside and in the window next door. The owner/waiter entertained us for a while as we were ...
... but it was incredible being able to explore the city alone. I think it's something everyone should do. The bus to Brussels posed some issues though. I got back to the apartment in Paris with a little time to spare. Manou suggested I take a nap; and I was super exhausted, so I closed my eyes for five minutes. Or so I thought. I woke up after I should have already left to catch the metro to get to the bus station. (One bad thing about traveling alone and not budgeting ...
... beautiful bridge with big gold eagles on top of each pilar. We take some more photos and cross the bridge. We now follow the right river bank all the back to our hotel. The river itself isn't clean and there are definitely parts that need quite some repair work but a city this old you would expect some maintenance required here and there. We avoid the hawkers and gipsy's again and make it home. We have had such a wonderful time cruising the Seine ...