Hotel Premiere Classe Igny
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After walking around yesterday having to figure out what to do we decided to plan beforehand what we would do today. We had a good list by the time we woke up. Since everything is closed in the morning we slept in and didn't leave until around 10:00. I think I was ready at 8:30 but Bryan's morning routine has seemed to get longer as the trip goes on. I had searched for breakfast places so we made our way to the Foundation Cafe. A very highly rated little shop in ...
... some doing as at first the apartment was not available until 2pm ack!
But then it was. Huzzah.
But when we got there the keys weren't there, so the maid had to come and drop them off. What a palava. So we went to a local cafe and charged my phone because at this stage it was sitting at 1% battery power. Nerve wracking considering we were trying to email David about the keys.
Eventually it was all sorted out and by about 11ish we finally saw the apartment for ...
I hadn't really been paying attention but this wasn't a normal campsite. No kids for a start. Run by a couple of gay lads. And all the folk at the BBQ were their mates. When I looked up from my frenetic one finger typing I realised that there were a lot of lads dancing without their full attire. Didn't know whether to be miffed that no-one had asked me to dance or just head for my sodden tent. I ...
... here every second person is smoking in restaurants and every where you go. The drivers are crazy don't stop for you at pedestrian crossings. It was a great three days in Paris very different to home everyone just barges there way through, can be a little rude sometimes. Way of living is very different. Shopping is incredible here I could spend a whole week here just shopping. All the stores are very fancy and they have security everywhere. Would defiantly love to come back just to ...
... for supplies, then revelled in consuming some of those supplies for late lunch. Baguettes and brie of course! Oh, and we learnt the name of the hostel cat - Jesus.
The boring bit? Time for domestics - around the corner to the laundromat to finally get some washing done.
OMG such a fantabulous day! Trained our way to the Arc de Triomphe, so amazing, I was moved to tears. ...