Ibis Paris Pantin Eglise
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I got early and shopped for breakfast and lunch. We packed and straightened the apartment and then headed out to Gare du Nord (train station) our first hiccup. We were supposed to print our tickets but the Thalys representative at the station said No Print. The conductors on the train ...
... and wine,
and luckily we lost him! Made it to our hostel and I am embarrassed to say…ate
the entire cheese wheel and a few too many cookies! So all in all, great first
night in Paris.
up fairly early on Friday because we had a busy day planned. We grabbed delicious chocolate croissant
things on our way to the Louvre museum, which were absolutely delicious. We also got in an American fix, because ...
... At the sound of a Police siren, the display is gathered by the corners as they walk away to avoid confrontation. It looks like these mostly young men could be organised by the same few people. The Tower is an amazing piece of architecture. Words cannot adequately describe the size and beauty of it. You just stand there marvelling at it and the throngs of people lining up to travel up the icon. There are two Merry go rounds and take away food stands nearby to try and ...
... get ready for dinner. Anna's birthday dinner was had at Cinq de Mars, a really lovely little Bistro, which I had booked a couple of weeks prior and had actually subsequently been recommended to Anna as somewhere to go by one of her intern colleagues, which was bizarre, but also reassuring. Our meal was really fantastic, exactly what you expect from french bistro fare, with fantastic terrines (which was delivered as a whole terrine from which I helped myself, it was very hard to stop ...
... m going through a bit of a break up. I pined and pined for Paris for 2 years and came back to find that this beautiful city was overrun with tourists, overpriced and occasionally tacky. We also noticed a troubling class division between Parisiennes and immigrants to the city which we failed to notice last time we were here. We found the Paris we loved down by the Seine River at night, in ...