Ibis Styles Fontenay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... of pastry you can think of (chocolatcroissants, tarts, eclairs...) We don’t know how the people here are so skinny! Also, we found out where we are staying, the city of Montmarte, is super cool and fun at night. Turns out it is also the "red light district" of Paris, because there are so many sex shops around us. YIKES! Guess we should have known given we are staying by the Moulin Rouge? Not sure sure but definitely a very different way of love and life here!
... Feet tired and ankle sore, time for home and a letter to the Minister of Culture.
Tuesday continued the theme with us heading early to the tower, home to level 2 in under and hour. It was the first time Jude had been up the tower and she was highly excited. We were not able to go to the top because of the fog but even from the second level it was marvelous with the golden city laid ...
... That was until she spotted our platform and heard the sound of our train just seconds from departure and fearing we would miss one of the last trains for the night Shani made us run!!! Now I was awake! Fumbling through our bags to find a valid train ticket we earned a sympathy vote from a kind young traveller who once passing through the ticket gates and seeing the look of panic on our faces behind him turned around and kindly handed his train pass through ...
... They are separated regionally: Oceania, Asia, Africa, and the Americas. Evan thought all the tribal masks were cool! I enjoyed the jewels myself. We spent several hours touring the museum before going to the special Tiki exhibit. The exhibit chronicled the beginnings of the American longing for some R&R and the adoption of the South Pacific as a way to obtain a relaxing getaway (without really leaving). There was a lot of ...
... ended up there. We first went next door to the brassier for dessert, but by the time we got there it was closed. Anyone who knows us knows we need dessert with chocolate! So we went to the "tabac" (mini grocery store) and looked what we can find. We came up with rice cakes (hoping we picked unflavored), Nutella, and bananas! But we wanted to end our stay in France with a crepe so we're disappointed, but making the best ...