Ibis Paris Bercy Village 12eme
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... After a bit of rest we headed for an outdoor restaurant and landed at La Place. It is lovely, with the outdoor tables under two large trees and in a nice area of Montparnasse. French wine and good food.
Again we were shocked when we realized it was 10:30 PM at night and still daylight, well, beginning twilight. Walked back to our comfy hotel to read our books from Shakespeare & Co. Tomorrow the Louvre!!
... machines. A lady noticed our desperation and offered to help us to buy our tickets. We then realized we did not have any small euros. The machine only took up to 20 euros, we had 50 euro notes. The lady paid with her credit card and did not want our accept our money.
Although we we were early, the queues at Versailles were already very long. I ...
... destination in mind. It's amazing how many things there are to see in Paris that are barely considered worthwhile, and don't appear on any maps. Churches and monuments that, in Sydney, would be real highlights of the city, people walk past and barely ...
... to the RER Subway...not to look like the American tourists, who are watching the pickpocket thieves' arrest in astonishment......
This station is not nice........the French Businessmen wearing suits in front of us are more nervous than we are...as speculators move in offering to help them sort their tickets out...they've only got 20 Euro notes..and the tickets are 3.40 Euros...of course they have no idea what coins are...it's fun for a ...
... to consume. In saying this what Paris lacks in barista skills it makes up for in character and culture. Your head spins with the sights here literally at every second step. The fact that they can't make coffee doesn't change the fact that there is literally a cafe every 100 meters, and all the outside seats face out onto the street (so when u are walking down a street u get the impression all the Parisians are an audience sharing some sorta private ...
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