Ibis Budget Paris Porte de Vanves
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... tour of course) was the small boutique hotel that Bürstner reserved for us. We had the Mozart room - decorated with classical instruments and Mozart's music. Stunning. We dined at a lovely French restaurant (not much choice in this small town) and enjoyed wonderful seafood French style. Because Kehl is just a few kilometres across the French border, there's a heavy French influence.
... had been doing and then went our separate ways. I didn't catch up with Carolyn unfortunately as she was on the boat packing their stuff. We realised that our boat had turned around just short of where they were staying which is why we didn't see them. It's always nice to see familiar faces in a foreign place. I hope the rest of their trip goes well.
We got some good photos in front of the Eiffel Tower. We went across the road to a large sort of garden ...
... way to the Stadium, the game started 9pm, 80 thousand people to the friendly. Amazing atmosphere, children and old so passionate about the game, cants throughout the game lead by a guy in the crowd with a hailer. Mexican waves that had adults with arms out in front shaking before the wave even hit, hard not to enjoy. France won 4 - 0. Elba and Lemy were popular and the goalie, ...
... filled crepes, rode the carousel right next to it, watched it light up at 9pm sharp. (Apparently it lights up every hour on the hour… I felt a little betrayed when I found this out since no one in my life has ever felt the need to tell me this!), and danced underneath the sparkling tower at midnight to Frank Sinatra. Super casual.
The next and last full day in Paris was not so generic. Well, maybe a little. We got caught in ...
Up early morning and off to Paris for the French v All Blacks test, a bit of a hit and run trip. Train from Tewkesbury via Cheltenham and off to Bristol and then a flight from Bristol to Paris, flight time just over an hour – unbelievable really such a short flight and you are in another country, culture, language, food etc. I was greeted by John Pierre (Katie – Karl’s wife’s ...