Ibis Paris Jemmapes 10eme
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- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Family rooms
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... break was in order. Finding a small corner Cafe we relish in the blast of heat that greets us upon entering and the charming old man behind the bar put a smile on our faces, as did the cute young waiter who serving tables. Crowded and noisy we are content sitting at the small table by the window people watching and drinking our espressos. It's just after lunch and we've made impressive time so far and want to keep the momentum going so after a few more ...
... then caught the train to Abbesses and then the Funicular de Montmartre. There were over 105 stairs to get out of the station so everyone wimped out of climbing up to the Basillica. We wandered around the artist markets and marvelled at the many talented people. Then we enjoyed this view offered from this vantage point over a different part of Paris. We did walk back down the stairs to the train station.
Currently watching CNN and they had a report on Sam Burgess and the NRL. ...
... and taking in the place, it was 11.30 so we had to hang around to wait for the sparkle at midnight so I was using this time to try and scout the perfect spot. Little did I know there are no real romantic spots around there because it is just so busy all the time. We wondered around for ages but nothing was taking my fancy so I got the ring out of my bag and put it in my pocket hoping Kate wouldn't notice. So for about 10 mins I wondered around side on from ...
... the plate was hurriedly replaced with a fresh serve and Foie Gras appropriately upright. Emerson dropped her napkin, the waiter removed it from the floor and returned with a fresh one presented to her in silver service. The kids were all perfectly behaved, Max and William doing their best to impress all the ladies with their chivalry, and all of us taking hundreds of photos all meal long. At 10pm just as the red hue ...
"Now for the shops!" declared the girls. "But wait" says Paul. "We are right beside the museums of architecture and the Maritime museum. Surely you want to see those?"
So the girls quest to spend cash was further dashed by Paul's quest not to, and to get 'bang for his buck' on the Paris Pass! The compromise: only the Museum of Architecture (which the girls enjoyed more than they are prepared to admit) and then we would shop at Gallery LaFayette ...