Hipotel Paris Hippodrome
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... it is relatively small. However when we caught the lift up to the top floor it still certainly has the power to turn my legs into jelly! But Super Stephanie managed to calm me down by wafting a glass of champagne under my nose, so I was able to enjoy the stunning views! It as a beautiful day so we could see for miles, and Paris is a beautiful city in any weather but rain does instruct the views. Lots of photos were taken (none can be published at the time of ...
... were two young men out front organizing the line, talk your order and payment. At the same time making sure nobody considered another place across the street which was about ten feet away with only 20 people in line. The line took only about 10-12 minutes and the guys putting the ingredients on your falafel were like machines they were so fast. Christine and I had the classic falafel while Caleb opted for the Shwarma. We walked a bit and found a small stoop to sit on ...
... though. I had almost decided to leave him to the stairs and take the
elevator, lucky I didn’t as the stairs required a key card to exit. Can you
imagine? Now on this slow incline, I am given strict orders to collect a towel,
underwear, a pair of shorts and soap and to deliver them to the last cubicle of
the boys bathroom. Of course I comply and I bundle up his order. I enter the
bathroom and holy f-ing jesus! I am hit with a pong above all pongs. ...
... while a mass was in progress at the time. When we went back outside, I was taking a few photos and not really looking where I was stepping and tripped on a step and took quite the tumble. Luckily for me (NOT!), my camera, knee and right elbow took the brunt of it....along with some pride and embarrassment. A bit of broken skin, some minor damage to the camera and some general soreness was as bad as it got....everything still works ...
... them....all of a sudden they don't speak English anymore. We bought tickets to the louvre at a tourist info centre since it would save an hour standing in line I the rain. That was our first good idea of the day. Men were trying to put umbrellas in our bags and demand we pay them for them... Not going to happen. Paris is a pretty city as far as city's go... But I hate it, Jase thinks it's ok since it's better than Toronto... But ...