Ibis Paris Porte Clichy Centre
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... a very dirty plane except with no seat belts. We went through an underwater tunnel between England and France. When we arrived at Paris it was not like what I was expecting. There was lots of spray painted grafiti on the buildings and and there were dirty streets. We went to our apartment by taxi and I realised that in Paris people drive on the opposite side of the road and their steering wheel is on the left hand side of the ...
... anyway. If I went home first as planned, I wouldn’t be back at the boat for maybe another hour and a half, and it might make for a late night, which I didn’t want with a planned day trip to Brussels the next day. So I popped a few coins in the boat vending machine to get something to eat to tide me over for another hour and a half before I could get a decent meal.
The decision to do a night Seine ...
... the floor and pools of goldfish amongst the tables. Thai food in Paris - excellent. After paying we realised that the small bowls of rice we though were complimentary, we actually €9 ($15) each - ouch! We continued up the Champs Élysées until we got to the Arc de Triomphe. Pete and the kids climbed to the top, up more spiral stairs. There was cool patterns in the stone and great views from ...
... more profound with my afternoon, so I walked to the famed Latin Quarter to see the Pantheon. As I paid to go inside the ticket collector started rattling off something to me in French- way too much too fast so I really couldn't figure out how to comprehend or communicate, all I could say is "je parle anglais" apparently as he explained in English, the crypts were closing at 6 so he was directing me straight there to start, that left me about 10 minutes to see it. ...
... at 123 Rue to Rome (17th ar.) to meet our hosts who walked us through all the quirks of their ever so sweet apartment that we would call home for the next 12 days. They were off to Barcelona allowing us to have our much-anticipated time living the Paris life. It is a very sweet place on ground floor with a small outdoor space where I am tip-typing away now.
Fortified with an odd assortment of nuts, guava nectar, jus ...