Balladins Gennevilliers Superior
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... barrel that the restaurant was using instead of a bistro table. Because tables are so common.
We ordered tapas from a chalkboard menu that changes daily. The "highlight" (I don't know which other word to use) was taramosalata - a Greek caviar spread - topped with raw radishes. The radishes looked like they were just pulled out of the ground, complete with stems and leaves. The idea is that you're supposed to eat the raw radish and ...
... The problem was the no. 2 train was out of service so I ended up walking a LOT to get there then a lot more walking in the cemetery. But I did find Chopin and Edith Paif's grave sites and then happened to stroll past Jim Morrison's as well so snapped a quick picture of that too.
To get back to the room without the no. 2 train I had no choice but to take a taxi, and that cost me 14 Euros including the tip, but I could not have walked it. A very busy day indeed.
... that I felt so connected. Being there was enough for me to make friends with a girl named Arienne. It was only after suffering (i.e. alot of running) that some others opened up.
All in all, that's the culture shock I feel in Paris. Obviously, I believe that after two hypothetical frenchmen place trust in each other, the French sometimes betray that trust. C'est la vie. But the lack of obsession with perfection; it's more relaxing and more genuine.
... to me why all the hype. Every trip, I take my students to see here because it is obligatory to see her on your first trip to the Louvre. We also made a visit to the Winged Victory of Samothrace and the Venus de Milo...all obligatory art pieces. We grabbed a quick sandwich lunch at Paul in the Louvre and then headed to the museum shops and the Louvre Carrousel, a small, but chic, shopping area in the Louvre. A few purchases were made, but it was ...
... and even it was too sweet! We decided to call this enough, as it was threatening rain and it is a thirty minute hike to the far palaces, but discovered that you can't just leave--we had to walk another 15 minutes to get out, and actually getting out was very confusing! Finally we were back at the train station, tickets purchased, and sitting on a return train, when we noticed a conductor gesturing us off, indicating we should get on the other train. As quickly as ...