Balladins Gennevilliers Superior
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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... of icecream at a much cheaper price than we would have in Paris which was probably a bad idea, but it was worth it. We walked around more and saw the only touristy thing in Tours, the chapel (but only from the outside). After a very restful night's sleep, and a breakfast at the Ibis hotel, we were off again.
But first, a word on Ibis hotel breakfast. Stay at the Ibis hotel, or at least, sneak into their breakfast. It's ridiculous. 3 types of ...
... Museum and more. Now we did not go in but got an overview. It was very relaxing, especially our lunch stop at the Tuillerie Gardens (formerly the garden of the King of France. Being Sunday, everyone was out with children and dogs strolling and sunning themselves. They provide plenty of very heavy metal chairs for one to sit on.
We finished about 3pm and decided probably only time ...
... Stupid frozen fog. So today is a day of second chances. We're hoping to make better memories of these two places, so that's we'll have great stories to tell, not just regrets of how it should have gone.
First things first - Mario and I have a meeting with the son of my coworker, to bring him some gifts that were sent with us for his family. We meet up at a the Café Ménilmontant, right down the ...
... made for this evening. The 5km walk home took us down Rue Fauboug St. Honore past all the outrageously expensive clothing shops so instead of being the patient husband in the shops, I coaxed her into a coffee shop for an exquisite little raspberry mousse cake. Pasta with chanterelles and lardons, the dry but typically German Riesling Liam brought us and strawberries ...
... and he charmed the pants off Anna not only with his charisma but also by racing at the lights and beating soph and daddy!! We started packing and then realised that we hadn't put our locks on the Pont des arts ( more famously known as the love lock bridge!) so we headed down to do that as the sun was setting on our lady day in wonderful Paris. Antonio and the girls went down to st germain des pres and had dinner while I packed but they brought me back a delicious ...