Ibis Budget Roissy CDG Paris Nord 2
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... got to the room, you could see why he was worried. It is a very small place but very well thought out. The couch makes into the bed, and the kitchen did have a small window as well as one over the bed area. In the kitchen there was a two burner stove, sink, small refrigerator and a washer/dryer combo. More on that later! There was also water boiler and of course we had our coffee pot with us! The bathroom ...
... for dinner. I has chicken vindaloo and Brad lamb korma. Nice! Waiter asked where we were from and when we said Australia he was very excited as we gave the world Shane Warne and Kylie Minogue! Sang a little Kylie with him - La la la la la la la etc. I went outside briefly as I was not for the curry and the man from the restaurant there also asked where I was from. When I said Australia he said I must be very brave because of all the crocodiles! ...
... a carnival which gave Thomas a small taste of Disneyland to come.
Paris is a great city for kids. The number of big and small green spaces to unwind and play is fantastic. Many of them also have play structures which was sadly missing in our other French cities. There is a great mix of city and nature here, and with the weather finally returning to sunshine we were happy to let Thomas ...
... headed out for a marching practice to perfect our moves before tomorrow.
Again we were treated to lunch at the mess. I was entertained to hear the English-speaking waitress instruct the French-only chef how to describe the options of sausages and cordon bleu, and the bemused looks on my fellow travellers faces and he delightedly asked "pork or chicken"?
We loaded up the buses once more and waved goodbye to our military hosts. Our ...
... useless), several cutting knives that Chef Dee swears are superior to any at home, more postcards, and a cardboard box for Irene to pack and ship her treasure trove of souvenirs home before we depart for Provence.
After a girls-only lunch at a local cafe (billing itself as a "New York-style deli"), they made another pilgrimage to the nearby Franprix grocery store, with their newly-discovered grocery cart on wheels, which was stashed behind an armoire in ...