Ibis Budget Courbevoie Paris la Défense 1
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After lunch, it was like pushing 3pm, I decided it was time to relax because I had had a pretty productive morning. I watched Netflix in the living room with a blanket and took a little snooze. My nap wasn't very long because my phone buzzed and woke me up. It's alright though, I didn't really need a nap.
It was just me and Amandine for dinner tonight. She was exploring the apartment while I cooked myself some pasta. I basically went through a bag of ...
Today has been one of those days where we really haven't done a great deal to write about. We had arranged to meet some friends from Melbourne at around 11:30am near the Arc de Triomphe to have coffee and compare holiday stories. The coffee however eventually morphed into a very pleasant lunch which took us through to around 2:30pm. Tomorrow evening Patti & I have ...
... there weren't the milling crowds, at least where we went. I think it is because it is still August when the Parisians leave, and maybe many summer tourists have returned home to resume school, university etc. So other than a relentless sun, it was fun, and we had numerous stops for cool refreshment (or coffee for Amr). Eventually it got to 7 pm, the hour for meeting Hartley and his friends in his hotel foyer (which coincidentally was where Peter and Louise had stayed just ...
... All I could do was get in the worst line of my life, because the Paris Pass doesn't give you special privileges for cutting here. It also doesn't get you into the gardens so I paid extra for that. The place was big, but again, so crowded that you just moved shoulder to shoulder through the whole thing with millions of people. So I just wanted out. It was just a Palace, after all. A ...
The train for Paris left at 0745 so it was an early start especially for Joel who had been out at a Eurovision Party. Joel slept most of the way on the high-speed train while I read and Sandy tried to get some photos of the beautiful countryside. This is not an easy task with the train travelling at speeds of op to 300Km. Everything is so green and the buildings have so much character and the numerous church steeples speak volumes of a time when Christianity was prolific in Europe. ...