Ibis Budget Paris Porte De La Chapelle
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... well and probably to a lot of people. But, I am what I am.
Most of my restaurant interactions in Paris go something like this:
Waiter hands me the menu.
Me: Merci (Super convincing. Everybody now believes I am tres French.)
Waiter returns and (I assume) asks me what I would like to order.
Me: Parlez vous English?
Waiter now looks ...
... that some of the things on the list are things I wouldn’t have expected to see there!.
Things we've missed:
Peanut butter - Smooth, heavy, rich and creamy. Peanut butter is a staple in our house. We love it, the kids love it and we put it into everything smoothies, sauces, pancakes, soups, and of course PBJs.. Peanut butter isn't available in most grocery stores in Paris. The French equivalent of Peanut butter is Nutella, but I daresay its not ...
... markets and then set off for Jardin D' Acclimation, Paris' oldest amusement park. One of the most awesome parks ever, the kids went on rollercoasters, bumper cars, saw a puppet show (all in French of course!), went through a petting zoo and giant aviary, giggled their way through the silly mirrors, played on countless playgrounds, and went on a boat ride. The park is on the Western edge ...
... in the playground.
Headed over to st. Martin canal and watched boats go through the locks. Cool engineering feat.
We did souvenir shopping and tried to eat as much as possible. Just finished our day with gelato and am packing up for travel day tomorrow. We take a train to Frankfurt and then pick up our rental car and drive to Rothenburg ob der tauber for 2 nights. ...
Three weeks until we are back in Orillia but I stepped back on Canadian soil today. We went to Vimy ridge. After a few trains in the morning through the beautiful French country side we got off at Arras at 10:40. We met up with an awesome taxi driver who drove us to Vimy ridge. The taxi driver guided us through the town that had been 83% destroyed in the First World War past many cemeteries with at ...