Ibis Paris Porte d'Italie
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- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
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... away. But, my mom didn't lose her Swiss Army knife at security because they missed it. We found a shop with hot cocoa and shopped there, and here we are sitting and waiting for the plane. We got here 3 hours early because we has to turn in the car before noon. Wei only 1 hour and 5 minutes for boardinghouse. This is the last goodbye in Germany, so Auf Wiedersehn, and next time I will say au revior, I think..... ...
Today we decided to visit the two major islands in the river Seine. So after consuming our morning ration of croissants, ham, eggs, and coffee, we caught the #87 bus to Pont Sully and strolled around the Ile Saint Louis. The girls did some window shopping on the main drag of the island; then we crossed the pedestrian bridge to the Ile de la Cite, site of the historic Cathedral of Notre Dame. No matter ...
... a lock for my future lover whoever that may be. I only threw one of the two keys into the river for each of the locks, so if I ever do return to Paris with my future lover, they can throw the other key in themselves! It was a little cliche, but it was a MUST-DO while your in Paris. Our next stop was the Latin Quarters, where there were bunch of little shops and restaurants.
On to the Gothic stunner, The Notre Dame, with its soaring buttresses and stained glass ...
Well that was our worst night at sea, we all looked like drunken sailors trying to navigate the hall ways. I was very glad to get on land then in the air off to Paris. Barcelona looked very beautiful,at least what we saw. Maybe someday we will be ...
... to mimic Sue's birthday lunch she had when she visited France 34 years ago when she was 11. But alas reservations were not possible.
We did what we like most - wandering - and had the classic summer Paris Saturday. Art exhibits along the Sienne, American tourists being swindled at the shell game, bumping into friends also randomly visiting Paris, and finally sitting street side in a St. Germaine cafe ...