Ibis Paris Maisons Laffitte
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today we spent our last hours on rue moufftard at the young and happy hostel. We started our morning with our usual croissant and coffee at the hostel, then walked to the Luxembourg garden to go over our trip details for Barcelona. We then headed back to the hostel but not before stopping to buy some of our favorite champagne at a little shop on our street. We then took a ...
... instance, I couldn’t remember for the life of me Robert Ebert’s name in a conversation about popular American film critics. I’m no longer lost on the Metro, and I’m getting an unreliable feel for the shape and direction of the city. I read a lot in French and speak English more than I should. Who could have seen that coming?
Pictures soon to follow, just as soon as I get a minute to figure out how to transfer them best without using data or wifi off my ...
Today we thought it time for more culture so we went to the Pinacotheque de Paris to see the exhibition on the Kama Sutra and related drawings, temple carvings and some more modern pornography. The Pinacotheque is not unlike the MONA in Hobart, privately inspired but with short term displays of various collections. After due study I have found new respect for yoga. On the walk over there we passed a lovely ...
... we passed by the Eiffel Tower! It was funny because I'm such a tourist and I kept asking her if it was weird seeing the Eiffel Tower everyday. And she was just like "Parisians are just used to seeing that everyday." (stupid tourist HAHA). I didn’t mean to scream… It just came out! It was a HUGE tourist moment for me because I couldn’t believe I was actually seeing the Eiffel Tower (I usually just see it in movies/books). ...
... lawns. We played Mille Bourne (fun popular French card game).
Dan and I had played this game when we were kids. Lauren and Cal loved it.
Mille Bornes ...