Ibis Paris Avenue d'Italie 13eme
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... from all over the world!! It was not like our leisurely stroll through the gardens and easy access to views of the ponds and everything almost to ourselves back in the nineties. There were even two geishas in full regalia with their mincing gait.
I tried to take a photo of Lily Page on THE bridge with the lace parasol she bought in Bruges but there were so many others on the bridge. I took it ...
... and waving hands, as passers by dodge the enthusiasm.
Speaking of cafés.. Beware the tourist cafés on the main roads. Our brunch of 2 omelettes, eggs Benedict, & 2 coffee got a bill for €77. That's a au$100 brunch. Oh and that included €8.50 for the bottle of water... Evian - Naive backwards.
Our crêpe dinner with dry cider and coffee cost just over half that. And the waitress was much more pleasant, even if she was to shy to pose for a ...
... on the grass people watching.
day 3. I posted my box that only took 20 minutes, I had gone prepared haha.
day 3 and 4 I made use of the hop on hop of bus so I got to see most places including the louvre, I got of and visited notredame, saint chapel, several lock bridges arc de triophe and window shopping on champs elysse. I also went on a paid tour of the eiffle tower, including the underground tunnels and the mechanical area of the eiffle ...
... that much). But then I didn't know how to eat it.. how should I peel it?! Do I eat it with my hands?! I remember thinking that I had seen something about this in movies... So then, I had the courage and did it:
"Comment est que je peux manger l'oeuf?" 'How do I eat the egg?"
Jean looked at us, and started to say, "you just peel it," but then he stopped himself and realized that were asking for help in a serious way... So then he took the knife, cut the top half of ...
Well, well, well......after leaving the corruption of Brussels, we head south through what once were the fields of Europe's dreadful Great War. It looks bad enough after a warm summer. God knows what they went through.
The northern towns and villages outside of Paris looked similar to our small Welsh hamlets...but upon entering the Paris suburbs...it appears that the devil does indeed make work for idle hands...in this case it's ...