Ibis Paris Pantin Eglise
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... definitely not a cheap place and the barman only gets $15 Aussie an hour and a pint is $12 which works out to be $9 a schooner ( there for a sec I thought I was back in WA) and the tucker well no matter what you ordered it came with French fries and if you were real lucky you got lettuce as well !!!' And another thing excuse my ignorance on this but there were a lot more African / French there than I thought Ps the biggest round about in the world is in ...
... t say too much more about this show other than if you are ever in Paris it is well worth every cent to enjoy this show, brilliant!! We didn't get home until about 2.30am and we have to be ready to head to the airport at 7am so we hope we can catch up on some sleep from the last few days on the airplane. This marks the end of our sojourn around Europe. We've had a great time and looking forward to arriving in Dubai and spending a couple of nights there. Auvoir from ...
... dinner as menu different to lunch time. Not sure what exactly the food is!!!! Guess there's only one way to find out. Suzanne Halliday arrived around 3.30, she is going to stay for a few days. I wanted to go to an olive/olive oil shop in Belleville over in the 10th so we metroed over, stopping in on the way at an Asian supermarket. The olive shop features in Alaine Ducasse's Paris book and only has produce from Sicily. Bought some ...
Today we went to the Eiffel Tower. We walked there from our hotel it was about a 4km walk but it meant more sightseeing on the way! It was super chilly today so I was dressed up in my coat, scarf and new hat just like a true frenchie. I have a cold at the moment so this cold weather is not helping. We got to the Eiffel Tower about an hour before it opened, we read that this is vital if you want to avoid long queues. We definitely found this to be the case, we arrived and ...
We went back to the now favourite train restaurant (L,Hostellerie de l'Oie qui Fume) again tonight. The last 2 times, they have greeted us with a glass of Rose and cokes for the kids - and a free special soft meringue dessert tonight too. Hopefully the food in Spain is a bit healthier ;-)
We're picking up the car in the morning, and heading to Lyon to catch up with the ...