Hotel Kyriad Bezons
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... hahah. We got a fixed meal price and started out eating oysters. I can't say I loved those but then we got lamb! It was amazing. It was so much food though, we thought we were going to die. After the lamb came dessert and this is when we really thought we were going to die from fullness. It was wonderful. We actually had planned on going out to the bars after dinner but we were so full we couldn't move. We decided we had to go back to the hotel because we would never digest if ...
... and England. Oh BTW, you'll run into a lot of people from Australia in Paris
... are open but it is still not a full on day in places.
We wandered along the Sein River walking around and taking it all in. Very warm so lots of people around.
At 4.30pm we made plans to meet our dear friend Yvonna (Polish/German friend) at her Hotel.
Seeing Carmen and I were returning home she organised her work schedule to have a visit to Paris. Sadly Carmen missed out on seeing her but I managed to see her briefly.
We chatted over ...
... and just pull an all-nighter outside. Plus, it was most likely too late to get a room for all of us. Once the convenience store closed for the night and we had run out of booze, we made our way across the river and went straight into The English Pub. This place was empty except for about 4 other people. More room for our backpacks, I suppose! We made friends with a super friendly local fellow named Charles (or something like that) and he bought us all drinks and was almost like ...
... decided that it was time to go off and explore. I do NOT want to go to sleep yet, so I have to keep busy.
I decided that doing a bit of a walking tour of the centre of the city was the way to go, so I caught the Metro into "cite". You know you're in Paris when you are on "ile de la cite" (darn it! This site doesn't want to let me insert the accents! I'll have to see if I can fix this later when I'm nt so loopy from sleep deprivation) and you wander up ...