Ibis Paris Ornano Montmartre North 18th
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- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... they were already out and looking sharp by about 10am this morning. Jim seemed conflicted when one of them motioned to him to come over and say hello. It meant a lot to me that he chose to stay with Jack and I for the day.
We had lunch at a small concession in the park. It would be hard to say which of the following highlights was the best part of lunch:
1. Jack's hamburger bun was so hard he couldn't bite into it
2. Jim's burger was raw in the ...
... woman to move on.
Our next stop was lunch in the Latin Quarter, on the left
bank, near Notre Dame. Jewell and Glen were a bit peckish and in need of
vegetables, so they ordered the lamb shanks with green beans. A very nice café, great food and
excellent service, with no rush to move on. I just can’t remember it’s name!
Our guide on the Classic Walk, Gill, had suggested that
we not go into Notre Dame, but ...