Ibis Budget Paris Porte de Pantin
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... way to keep the employment numbers high. We walked all around Notre Dame before checking out another cafe. When we saw the menu it was clear that we just had to order a crepe. Which happened to have chocolate, bananas, almonds and whipped cream. And ice cream on top. Deeeelish! After lunch we stopped by Shakespeare & Company bookstore so I could shop and get a fancy stamp in my new book. Then we hopped on ...
We are in Paris! A four hour train trip brought us into Paris, and then a wander to the notre dame and around the marais....lovely! Then dinner at robert et Louise , which had been recommended to us, and was ironically two doors down from our apartment. Steak cooked over an open fire in the corner of the restaurant in a 16 th century ...
... because he didn't want to be blamed for the city going down in flames. This resulted in visitors like us being able to see a ridiculous amount of buildings, bridges, sculptures, etc., that still exist throughout the city. That is what we dipped our toes into on Tuesday afternoon when we took a walking tour for 3 hours in the heart of the city.
We took a short trip on the Metro (much easier without bags) back on the route we had arrived on to a stop near a ...
We went to a local restaurant a few blocks from the hotel. It was probably one of the best meals I've ever had in my life. It was a farm to table and game to table restaurant that only had a menu on a chalk board in French. Luckily one of the waitresses ...
... girl. They said that she was burnt alive and treated like a witch - her name was Joan of Ark and one of them had the name of my mum. Then we went to the big painting and statues area called the Louvre Museum. The first thing I wanted to see was the Mona Lisa because then I could also see other paintings. One of the paintings my dad thought there were devils coming from the sky ...