Ibis Paris Maisons Laffitte
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... straight onto his back. Of course I was hysterical but it was one of those things that you had to be there. The funniest part came when we got down the hard part and found the steps to the bottom. We looked up to where we had climbed to find a group of young travellers stuck on the same part that we were. Again, another one of those moments where you had to be there. We made it down to the bottom successfully and unscathed and continued on back to the hostel to cook ...
... is not at all orderly and it is blocking the footpath. We have to work hard to get through. The scene looks very odd. Most of the other restaurants around the Chinese restaurant are half empty. None of them have anything even vaguely resembling a queue outside them. The Asian people in the queue must be absolutely hanging out for some noodles and fried rice. I think that there is a great business opportunity for someone to open more Chinese restaurants in Paris.
... Well, I can't disappoint. Angelinas hot chocolate was really really good, it was like drinking melted chocolate, and it was served with fresh whipped cream. The restaurant itself was gorgeous (I'm pretty sure it had existed for many many years) with renaissance style painted walls. The price (8.20 euros for a hot chocolate?) was a little steep, though I guess I've had very expensive hot chocolate at other cafés as well (just not, you know, that expensive.) It was the ...
... got in. The highlight is Monets water lilies and there are other collections in this purpose built Musee to house the collections. We then went on to explore the location of the Invalides bus and metro stations when we travel to Orly on Wednesday to pick up the car. By the time we got back my feet were wet as the Jardin des Tulleries gardens were quite wet. We then returned to Arts et Metiers. Another long walking day. Had to dry our shoes and boots by the heater that ...
... with my beloved Douglas at my side. We realized this morning that Douglas has shared my birthdays with me for the last 30 years, me being only 29 when we met...30 out of 60, how blessed I am to have exactly half of my life shared with this man!
It was a very happy birthday indeed, starting the day ...