Ibis Styles Paris Saint Denis Plaine
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... food. Issy is Meg's budding chef, we made Rabbit casserole and crepes with red berry sauce for dinner. Simon and Liv returned home and we went to the Rendezvous for a drink while dinner was cooking in the oven. Of course this was accompanied by a Chateauneuf du Pape grenache and some of Laurie's Christmas prune Eau de Vie. A lovely night was had by all, a little tired from yesterday, so a reasonably early ...
... the soup, I couldn't remember exactly what the vegetable was but it came with chicken quenelles so thought it sounded good. Just as it arrived at the table, I remembered - Jerusalem artichoke! Now some of you will know that I don't ever eat these nasty little root vegetables as they cause the most God awful wind! But too late. The soup was delicious and I just hoped the effect wouldn't be too bad! My cod was not a success. Very ...
... on the 4th of July. The Hotel St. Germaine where we are staying is just fine ( Olivia's bedroom is larger than our room) but it is cute and we're not here much. The shower was built for Leprechaun children which means careful attention to the choreography lest one 's posterior inadvertently opens the shower door. Having a grand time , the impressionists tomorrow , hope to have dinner in the Latin Quarter( go all bohemian ) and try to find a jazz ...
Paris is very quiet on a Saturday morning!
Very few cafés open at 900am in our area - think they must all party late!
Have heard people coming home at 3.00am and the cafes in the street below are still going strong at midnight.
Went on a Saint Martin canal tour for the afternoon from port de l'Arsenal to Parc de ...
... 233;s and realized there was an exciting soccer game happening - France vs Germany. So we had no choice of course, we had to stop and watch with the locals. In no time we found ourselves right in the middle of a very packed pub called 'Wide Open Spaces' (no such spaces to be found) cheering along with the Parisiennes! It was very exciting! Unfortunately, France lost so we picked up our things and carried on to have our dinner. Dinner was ...