Ibis Styles Paris Republique
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... shopping street of Rue Mouffetard, which we had spent so much time on with our hotel around the corner on previous stays. I found a pair of earrings for our wedding at the little shop smelling of incense where the cool dreadlocked African shop owner had sold mum numerous pairs of earrings in the past. We found it a little more commercialised than what we remembered, but it still has a great atmosphere and we enjoyed revisiting the cafes and shops we loved from last time. We found ...
... stop which connected to the metro, Gare du Nord. Oh and don't forget to grab a map of the Parisian transport system (RER/metro/bus) from the airport. Paris has a robust, sprawling metro system, pretty much like NYC, and with that map you can easily get from place A to place B.
Sights and sounds I saw/heard:
- Saw/walked along the Canal St Martin, which was near where I was staying.
- Walked along/explored few of the many ...
... Then we are out the door, walking up the hill towards Montmartre. It's a bit miserable with cloudy skies and intermittent rain, but the spirits of these two holiday seekers shines brightly! Plus the desire to find a good double espresso would be strong enough to will us to run down the streets naked if necessary. Luckily it wasn't and before we knew it two strong coffees were in our hot little hands.
What can you do ...
... an umbrella so we all huddled under that. Then Mike and Kyria came back with a couple of umbrellas! We were hoping the line would thin but everyone was determined to stay – out came all the umbrellas! We had about 45 minutes of standing in the rain. We were disgusted to see a group of pilots (or some form of military) jump the line and go straight in. The reason the line was taking so long was because they only allow 200 people in the catacombs at a time. There ...
... with the people here. Number three has been the opportunity to reconnect with friends. My roommate during my time in BA, Tessa, is now back in her home in Amsterdam. She trained down to Paris for our first weekend here and it was an absolutely fantastic time. We haven't seen in each other in almost two years, so to be able to connect again in Europe, and for such a great celebration, was so meaningful. She and I have always shared some primordial connection, our lives ...