Hotel Ibis Styles Paris Roissy Cdg
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... a couple of beers before heading out and soaking up more music and the atmosphere. To be in Paris on the 21 June was an absolute bonus and a memory I will truly treasure - put it on the bucket list, you won't be disappointed. One more thing that was brilliant was Arthur singing on the bus, I can't remember the song but he did a great job and has a pretty good voice. So that was the end of the tour, we finished on a high note and had the most brilliant ...
Meaning of manic frantically busy; hectic. "the pace is utterly manic" This is how I describe Paris, I have never seen everything like it before. The roads are unbelievable; cars, buses, taxis, motorbikes, push bikes and people all trying to merge into the same area at once and unbelievably all seem to get to where they are trying to go without any major drama. There might be the odd beep of a horn and a quick dash of a pedestrian across the street but overall it seems to work, ...
... in his gardens' reflections. Incroyable. Next on our list was Musee Rodin, the works of the great sculptor. But seeing as our bellies were grumbling, we had to make a stop to fuel up first. And by the way, Paris is slow waking up (on the weekends at least), at 10 am there was barely anyone stirring (great for us! no lineups!). We found a small restaurant and Jon got the ham and cheese omelette, and croque Monsieur for Maja (like the ...
... so left park and made our way from jardins and palais du Luxembourg towards the Seine. The neighbourhood was the place to be in the 1920's. On the streets Hemingway and Fitzgerald drank and quarreled. Today as we walked through it was just more book shops and designer boutiques. But still an interesting walk. Saw a guy asleep/ drunk on footpath. Walked on down to Rue St Sulpice and came across the church there. Opened the door to a mini Notre Dame. The church has one of the ...
... br> Conclusion:
Paris was wonderful. It's a city that's loved by people around the world because it's romantic and beautiful with delicious food, historic buildings, famous art, walkable streets and much more. It's the city of light, and although I find that it's easy for Paris to be bit of a cliche, it was still a lovely end to our backpacking trip. It was nice to just wander around and soak up the city, not to mention staying in a nice hotel was a bit of a luxury. And overall ...