Hipotel Paris Belleville
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... the exact area it was in, but the street was
so small that it did not appear on my map. I must have circled it a dozen times
until finally I saw somebody walking with a falafel and accosted them for
directions. It was worth it. This thing was huge, fresh, vegetarian, and super
yummy. I’d definitely recommend it, and I thank those who recommended it to me.
On my way back to the hostel, I stopped at the market to ...
This city is in a constant state of motion…not waiting for the sun to shine…or the weekend to come or the rain to stop…The ferris wheel seems to go around all day every day at the place de la concorde.
It has been a good day of more exploring today with Mike & Bailey…understanding of the layout of this great city is coming!!!
... boys. Very cute also! Around this time we also visited a walk around area inside what seemed like a house from the movie Aladdin. Again very similar to the Peter Pan ride, except walking, and Aladdin. Taylor was very happy that she got to see that one of her favorite Disney movies had its own special little area. It was now time to find our seats for the finale to our amazing day at DisneyLand, the 10:00pm fireworks and 'Disney Dreams' performance. This spectacular ...
... corner to a small grocery store where we can get basics like wine and cheese. Fromergeries-specilaty cheese stores-are a few streets away.
When we come to Paris, we walk. But walking in Montmartre means walking up and down hills and stairs. So after 4 days of walking, our calf muscles cry out in pain with every step but I can't resist the streets of Paris. Today we took the Metro to the ...
... who died. As we were there the day after Bastille Day they still had all the seating set up from the celebrations the day before. We then headed down the Champs-Élysées, a street filled with cafés, luxury specialty shops and clipped chestnut trees, it is said to be one of the world's most famous streets, and one of the most expensive strips of real estate in the world. Other monuments on the street, besides the Arc de ...