Ibis Budget Paris Porte D'Italie Est
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... way to the first floor and with wobbly legs admired the views and endeavoured to absorb as much of the historical information as I could. Gustav Eiffel was a pretty amazing chappie although it does look as though he was financially compensated quite nicely as his personal home was lovely. One display shows the height of the Eiffel Tower in comparison to other tall towers/structures around the world, and although in its time it was obviously impressive, by ...
We admit it - museums area not our 'thing' generally but we decided to take in one this morning. I generally like to see contemporary and modern art and with no strong objections we lined up for the Pompidou. The top floor was 1915 through to 1970 and held a number of well known works of art by Picasso, Kandisky, Mondrian etc... The 1970 to current section was a mis mash of audio, video and really out there stuff. A pair of pants with some parsley in the pockets hanging in ...
... seemed to think that we were better of if we kept
moving rather than wait. But only 3 trees down the path and it happened. He
stopped, put his hands on his thighs and bent slightly. At this point, his mouth
was letting out a sigh of relief, just as his bowels were. It had happened. My
boyfriend had **** himself. He literally **** his pants. Ow you can imagine his
walking style from this point, with me laughing by his side. I distinctly
... up was ridiculously long, so today we got there 20 minutes before it opened up and we were second in line....so a good move! Kids got in for free and it was €9.80 per adult. The tight spiral staircase of some 280 steps leads you out to a 360 degree view of Paris. Simply stunning! On the way back down you pass through the gift shop (of course) so the obligatory souvenirs were purchased and then back onto the metro to the next port ...
... found one under 7 € so we went in to get one. Before we knew it, a man had us by the arm seating us and pouring a drink for us. All we wanted was a take away sandwich. He was a nut bag and very very rude. He then handed us the bill once he realised we were not going to order anything else.... 24 € for 2 soggy baguettes which had very old lettuce, tomato and cheese on it. The price on the sign was 4.5 € each... We ...