Ibis Paris Defense Courbevoie
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We checked out of the lovely Le Londres hotel in Saumur and started on our last car journey for this trip. Using a combination of map, signs and GPS we navigated our way to Paris, using the faster highways and some toll roads. All went smoothly until we were trying to find where to return the hire car at Orly Airport. We hadn't chosen the correct address in the GPS, but eventually we found it, then caught a taxi into Paris. We had organised ...
First last night's dinner. Just Carole, Amr and I went, as John still feeling unwell and slept it off. The 3 of us braved the metro again and after only one misadventure (entering in a gate leading to the wrong direction - this doesn't always matter, one entrance can lead to all directions - but anyway Amr saved the day by appealing to the woman who had just sold us the tickets in his best french, and she let us in the other gates!! Such ...
... sunflowers. After dropping of the groceries we pop back down stairs to Cafe Paris this time as I thought they sold pizza. Mum orders a banana split (awesome!) and I get what I think is a burger but when it comes out is actually toast with chunks of melted cheese all over it. CHUNKS of cheese. 3 sorts. I am going to save French words that I want to eat going forward! It's 8:41pm. We are tired. Hop on off bus ...
... in it and the cacoa was delightfully dark. A nice way to cool off to boot. We returned home for a light lunch and some down time. For supper, we decided to try out Bones (coincidence!) which is known for its craft beer and charcuterie. Unfortunately the metro line we needed to take was shut down, so we chance it by taking a different one and walking further. The area we had to walk through was fairly desolate which gave it a bit of ...
... in Paris doing French and Law, some of the menu even she could not understand. Ali, like Susan is not a wine drinker so they had a cocktail called The Holidays, which had vodka, cointreau and raspberry from memory. The waiter, who spoke good English explained the menu to us. It was like a Tapas restaurant so small dishes and designed to share - great. Salmon, White Asparagus, Chicken, Sardines, Lamb Tongue, Cottage Pie we did well and had a great ...