Ibis Paris Porte de Versailles Mairie d'Issy
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... part of the limestone in a certain area of the city was beginning to cave in...this is taking the expression of killing two birds with one stone to an entirely different level.
From the spooky trail of the Catacombes, we all hopped on the Metro and headed to Montmartre, the home of the basilica of Sacre Coeur, the most modern of the large churches in Paris. Being a Friday night, it was crowded with locals celebrating the end of the work ...
... was slightly disappointed. I liked the champagne I had at Ryan Dixon's restaurant way better. Cheyenne and I wanted something to bring back from the cellar but refused to pay for the bottle of it so we asked the guy who was pouring the testers for the corks hahahah it was slightly embarrassing and he was slightly weirded out by it but they were perfect ha! After that we set off for Paris. We arrived in Paris around 4 and sat in the hotel for a little to rejuvenate. I called ...
... had broken down and all luggage was being scanned manually and being transported manually. I bet they wished they could have all gone home and started again the next day!
Our flight was still waiting on sixty bags, grrr!
Left two hours late and arrived in KL two hours late at 8.30am. Luckily this was not a problem for us as we originally had a four hour transit so our connection ...
... by then but time enough for a wander around the neighbourhood to buy essentials & in doing so butcher a beautiful language. Impressed to see a bunch of kids who had taken over a street for a game of football (photo 3) - didn't see any of this in England. And say what you want about the French but they are so amazingly chic. Even the beggars look ...
... the Tour Montparnasse. We completed half the circle again to meet up with Sue at the St Germaine church. This area is obviously very popular for restaurants. We enjoyed the people watching with wine at Les duet Magot, before our special farewell Paris dinner at Petit Zinc, that was recommended by a friend of Sue's. We were home by 9.30 to ready ourselves for our departure tomorrow and a recheck of the routes to be ...