Hotel WO - Wilson Opera By Elegancia
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... renovations when we arrived. But luckily cos we were in Saint Germaine there are HEAPS of restaurants to choose from, so we had no problems finding somewhere else.Once we found a place to eat, we of course decided we should try Escargot (Mum and dad have had it before).... As daunting as it was eating a snail straight out of the shell... They were actually quite nice! I reckon they taste like crockpot lamb (Crabs and snora will remember mums lamb neck stew - it ...
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... for everything else, call Brice. Savior malfunction. Of course, I don't have Brice's number with me. So it will be one more trip back.
Walk back to building. Perhaps neighbors are home by now. I remember an old lady on the ground floor who I'd made small talk with a couple days earlier. I knock on her door. I hear some mumbling and fumbling on the other side, but no door opens. I explain to her who I am, etc. etc. but door ...
One of the first things I noticed about Paris was its scaffolding. To me, it said everything I needed to know about the Parisian attitude to life. I mean here you have an ugly, unfortunate blemish on the architectural landscape and yet every building in Paris that had scaffolding on it was covered with a printed mesh that reflects exactly what lies beneath it, creating a seamless camouflage from building to repair work. Apart from being a way to employ graphic designers ...
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