Ibis Paris Ornano Montmartre North 18th
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... their car. We drove just up the street to a locally owned hotel with a pool that offers swimming lessons and aquatic exercise programs. We had arranged to use the pool briefly for a baptism. I changed into my swim trunks and a shirt, but in the end didn’t need to get wet.
I asked a blessing on the ceremony, then asked Odette to get in the pool. The pool had no shallow end, and standing up, the water came to a persons, chest. I knelt next to ...
... we'd wait (seemed like a large proportion of extra fee), and in actual fact we didn't have to wait more than10 minutes. As I pointed out to Ron, while he was grumbling, the queue wasn't as long as it looked because people had bags, and also there were groups. We eventually arrived at our hotel (would have taken a while on foot!) to discover we're staying in a cute little hotel - very light and airy, and comfortable. Not as much selection ...
... inside the station before boarding the train, as Eurostar is operated by the French. Around 20 minutes before departure we board our Premier (first) Class carriage and find our seats, and store our luggage. Eurostar is known for punctuality and our train is no exception with a spot on time departure, as we head out of London to the south-east toward the coast. Within 10 minutes we make the only stop, at Ebbsfleet on the English side of the channel, and ...
Flying to Paris was quite an adventure. Delta provided sleep mask pillow blanket and earbuds ( Reminders for our next trip). With our flight beginning at 8:30 pm, we flew first to Atlanta Georgia then to Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris. We're not sure if the $50 extra for priority ...
... any of this, just shutting my alarm as I asked for 5 extra minutes). Then we woke up exactly at 8:15am and started getting ready for our Parisian adventures. We were planning to have breakfast on the go (from a nearby store), but Lina's uncle served us a nice little breakfast.
The French serve their breakfast in the most sophisticated way possible!!! In the living room of Jean's apartment, there is a nice little table with three table sets for each of us. Warm, ...