Ibis Paris Defense Courbevoie
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Today, I got to sleep in and have a relaxing morning. I had tea for breakfast instead of coffee because I have been feeling a little run down lately. I bought myself pain au chocolat a couple days ago, so breakfast has been pretty darn amazing lately. I took my time getting ready this morning because I didn't have to meet Amanda until 1pm.
I went to the bank this morning to ask about the civil responsibility insurance that ...
... as well because our friends had dinner at the Eiffel Tower last night at the top level restaurant and came away with a bill for the two of them of €700 or converted into Aussie dollars that's around $1,100. In case you're wondering, we booked our spot over the Internet from home months ago and have paid €95 a head for a three course meal and a glass of ...
... to be seen again. (A few days earlier, I discovered that I must have left my thin plastic cutting board back in Prague. At least I didn't throw my AMEX travel money card away! When Michael couldn't find it, he remembered throwing some maps away just before leaving La Bolline (Valdeblore) - he thinks his card must have been caught up with them. Fortunately, we had a back-up card and were able to call AMEX via my Skype account and get them to cancel the lost card ...
... but there was a 90min wait, so we had a bite to eat and sat around in the outside eating area until it was time to meet the bus at 8pm. We were all too tired to walk anywhere else. Good trip back home, although the bus was full and 3 people had to stand for the 45 min trip home. Got off at Chatele, which was a closer station to home and got the train back without any problems. The train stations are ...
... leave that for another time. We walked back to the Champs Elyesse and did a bit of window shopping at some famous name stores. I mainly waited outside the stores and watched to world go by; it seemed as if most of the world was gathered here. We found a toilet in McDonalds and had to que for about 15 minutes (distinct lack of public toilets). We also had an ice-cream and continued our window shopping. We hopped back on our Hop-on, hop-off bus tour and completed the circuit. We set ...