Ibis Budget Roissy CDG Paris Nord 2
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... but quite nice.
Got our things unloaded and the bed pulled out and went to find someplace nearby for a bite to eat and a drink with Stefan and Marianne. Marc had left a list of places to eat nearby and this was one of them. Ordered a few things with enough for some leftovers for breakfast and had a few drinks and then agreed to meet Stefan and Marianne at their place the next morning around 10:00 a.m.
... parents sit right next to us....leaving all the other empty seats open. So, our plan for nice fresh air and some peace and quiet was blown to smithereens by a screaming kid, who to no fault of his own was probably just hungry, and then we had the added bonus of having not one, but two chain-smokers sitting upwind of us enveloping us in a cloud of smoke. By this time, I am sure we are being punked and Ashton Kutcher is going to appear from behind a tree. I have now resolved to ...
... arrogant french #%!?. We then walked down a few side streets towards souvenir shops. MDW wanted to buy me something warm to wear but I couldn't fit into the slim fit clothing available. I will be on a diet when I get back to Australia but impossible to do so when holidaying overseas. We also found a few streets full of eateries providing crepes and waffles. Others offered three course meals for 10 or 15 euro. The menus were all the same or at least very similar. Then we headed ...
... white brick for the first 5 floors and grey-blue roof that extended down to cover the final 6th floor. Each window had black fencing around it as if to hint at a small balcony. The style is very distinct and can be seen in a lot of my pictures of Paris streets. A lot of the older buildings in Paris were torn down or destroyed durning the violent French Revolution and replaced with wider streets and regulated buildings. It is interesting how you can go pretty much ...
... for me! Small, personal - perfect ambience. Won't bore you with details of what we ate but it was all wonderful!! Will put in some photos! Now about to pack up ready for the train journey tomorrow to Bayonne and then on to St Jean Pied de Port. We get there at about 7.30 pm....quite a travel day, but not in the air, and not changing time zones! Don't know what the wifi situation will be, but will publish our travels as ...