Ibis Styles Paris Republique
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Bonjour amies Yes we are in gay Paris and so far it is everything we had hoped for, although guess we didn't realise the numbers from the African continent. The plane trip on Cathay was ho hum, apart from Latin American sisters behind us having a horrendous fight and kicking and punching. I hate economy flying. I always end up in the middle hot and unable to move. I am coming back as a millionaire. Our luggage took an hour to ...
I went walking.
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I saw many people following me!
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Our friends from Amsterdam, Amy, Miguel, Santiago and Nicco had travelled to join us in Paris. We immediately became ...
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... a good time to visit it, since I was alone, and I often tire out my wife with visits to military sites, which she often finds interesting but a bit depressing too.
The museum was quite interesting, explaining the history of the ship, it’s key participation in the sinking of the German battleship Scharnhorst in December 1943 (of 1,968 German officers and enlisted men, only 36 men survived).
The views from the Captains Bridge and the ...
... myself that I had made it up without having to take "mummy's calming medicine" (Valium!) we looked around for about 20 minutes then found the steps to the next level and at about 1/2 way up the next lot my legs started shaking. Knowing and respecting my boundaries I boughed out of the race and very slowly headed back to the 1st level again. Meanwhile, a few more levels up the others realised that I had the camera so they sent Anna back down to get it!!! I had a great chance ...