Ibis Saint-Denis Stade Ouest
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... towards the Ferris wheel. We rode the Ferris wheel and got a birds eye view of the area. We spotted some Christmas lights. When our ride was over we went to check out the lights. It was a winter wonderland. This street is covered in lights and has shops on both sides selling hot chocolate, hot wine, waffles and crepes, walnuts, raclette and chocolate plus material goods. We walked down the one side and lost energy to do the other side. We headed home to have rice and chicken for ...
A pinch and a punch for the first day of the month!
Brigitte and Dad got the pastries today. I said I didn't care what I got but Brigitte knew I really wanted a pain au chocolat. Thankfully she got me one. Dad and Brigitte got almond croissants. They are so big that they kept most of it for later.
So today it was forecast to be a beautiful sunny day so we decided to have a picnic in Luxembourg Gardens.
We got ourselves sorted and I worked out how ...
... Everything was built on the hill, so the architecture was beautiful and unique. We passed Paris’ lone vineyard, a beautiful historic cabaret, and an old hidden cemetery with giant tombstones right out of Phantom of the Opera and of course, an adorable cemetery cat! We were all alone for the majority of our time walking around, which made this walk around town even better.
We started back up the hill again and then down the west side. We saw Moulin de Lagellete, an old ...
... was a really cute place right on our corner where we sat and had some wine and our first taste of the beautiful food this city has to offer. Then it was off to bed to get a good night's rest to prepare for the next day. First on the list: Creperie Broceliande, where I had a handful of perfect brunches last year. Victoria was impressed and we went for round two the next day as well. We also connected with Neesa, a friend of a work colleague that happened to ...
Today was mostly a free "explore the city" day. There was continental breakfast in the lobby. My mother went down and came back with an assortment of way to much bread, an apple and a banana. I have had bread at EVERY meal since I arrived in Paris. I think the French eat a ton of carbs to keep their energy levels up, because all they do is walk. Paris is filled with thin, fluffy haired people, in skinny jeans. I've never seen anything like it. It's a movement or something, ...