Ibis Budget Paris Porte de Vincennes
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The stay was alright, though the Wifi was very unreliable and the rooms quite small for twin share. Clean rooms and restrooms
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... claiming control over France. England then invented a fabulous new weapon that could pierce the French soldiers armour which was the crossbow. So the first thing the French Army would do if they captured an English solider would be to cut off their first two fingers so they could no longer use a cross bow. If the English saw the French, they would often wave their two fingers at them in defiance. That's why it is a rude gesture. Also, the French have a saying to ...
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We went on it and it was so fun and unexpected.
The second had a little smaller story to it with just a shop and a restaurant and we caught the lift to the top from here.
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i was on the fifth floor of the d'Arcy Musee, a beautiful train station converted into an art museum, just an exquisite building in its own right. I was somewhere between Renoir and Monet when a pale young lady, must have been 14, American, and clearly nervous, briefly set ...
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