Ibis Paris Gare du Nord La Fayette 10eme
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I have set the alarm for 7am. We need to get up then so can get to the airport in time. I hear the alarm go off from a very deep sleep. I was dreaming that our bathroom at home, which had a floor made out of sand, had been undermined by ants, and the toilet was leaning over at 45 degrees. I was telling Issy that I would fix it myself. She was telling me that I needed to get a real man in to fix it.
The alarm seems a lot louder than usual. It also feels very early. ...
... we had dinner out at the Gay Mill of Paris (Le Gai Moulin de Paris). It is the local cafe restaurant two streets away and had Choucroute and Magret de Canard with cheese plates to finish. We were sitting in a row of tables for two all occupied by male couples and it was not at all unusual. C'est la ...
... The kids, as expected, didn't get much out of the destination except that it was just another shopping street. We let Jennine loose for a bit while I took the kids into a Toyota showroom for a squiz. We probably spent a good half hour in there as Toyota had a colouring in area! It was pretty funny to be on the Champs Elysees, in a Toyota showroom, with the kids having a ball colouring in! We met ...
... very stable at high speed on the Autoroutes.
Got back at the hotel to see the closing stages of the TdF time trial at Bergerac.
Dinner was around the corner from our hotel, a place called Cafe Sud. Excellent food, beautifully presented at this place.
Tomorrow is the TdF finale and the Champs ...
... contributors to math, science, philosophy and literature and i feel that more than other countries and make it a point to honor these people (as well as those that have died for France on the battlefield) in public places
Once we started climbing, I started to warm up a little to this tourist trapping metallic monstrosity of a structure. Why? The view that it gives you of Paris is just phenomenal. As you ascend you start to feel the ...