Ibis Jouy en Josas Velizy
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... full of energy for the day regardless! We got down to breakfast at about 9:30, and it's fair to say that it wasn't really that much chop. There were bread rolls, there was jam. Another guest asked about the croissants, but was met with some feisty French talk that neither them, or us, could understand. We decided not to ask, and it didn't matter anyway! We were in Paris, one of the biggest food places in the world. We could find something later! I gather by now that you ...
... Our server was very kind and explained a few menu items for us before we ordered. Evan started with grilled, shell and head on shrimp; I had a cold almond and garlic soup; while Brad had little squids. Brad and Evan then feasted on duck while I had tuna. When we ordered these dishes she warned us that the duck and tuna would be pink in the middle. We have had these warnings a few times, so I get the impression that Anglophones have had issues with it ...
On our final full day in Paris, we decided to take things a little easy. After a long couple of weeks of sight seeing, we wanted to take a step back and leisurely soak in as much of our neighborhood and the culture as we could. Our neighborhood, known as Felix Faure in the 15th arrondissement, was a really cool place to live for a few days. Because so few tourists stay in the neighborhood, we feel like we got a real taste of what it ...
... to get some sleep, so we could enjoy our last day in Paris, which was also our last day of the trip before heading home.
Day 17: We started the day with a guided bus tour of the city, which was very relaxing. It was a rainy day, so it was nice to start the day on the bus. We made a quick stop at the Eiffel Tower but didn't stay long because we were coming back at night. We then walked around Avenue des Champs-Élysées, which was amazing ...
... cell phones. Maybe they were just discussing their spam problems...or trying to decide which corner to have their pizza delivered to. Either way, I don't own a cell phone, yet the homeless in Paris can afford one. What's wrong with this picture? As I mentioned, we did a very long, and very interesting walking tour in Paris. Our guide was hands down THE BEST guide I have EVER had on a tour, bar none. His name was Paul and he ...