Ibis Paris Porte De Bercy
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... place in my heart), but for me, Paris certainly gives Rome and London a run for their money! We have adored all the different areas and experiences in France from our fantastic feria week in Nimes with Anna and Rick, to the markets of Provence and the Dordogne (well markets everywhere really!), the rugged beauty of Brittany, stunning Mont St Michel, the seaside and cider of Honfleur, and of course feeling like a Parisienne in one of the most iconic and romantic cities in the world! ...
... the Bastille area and Oberkamf. They seemed to be highly recommended by the locals and Paris definitely has a good nightlife scene going. (Much better than Roma at least)
I really liked Paris, came across as a large modern (Yet historic) metropolis, with an extremely diverse looking populace that all speak French.
Paris has a pretty big Arabian influence (lot of 2nd and 3rd gen settlers)
Author : Lauren
This afternoon we headed out to the Place de Vosges. This is apparently the oldest planned square in Paris which was built some 400 years ago. The first of its kind, it featured identical housefronts built with red brick and stone. The housefronts are now filled with cafes and cool little art galleries and in the centre of the square is a beautiful green lawn interspersed with trees and water fountains. The place even offers ...
... and thinking these were once living and breathing people. You’re not supposed to touch the bones or skulls. I think they’ve had issues with people stealing bones and skulls. Goodness knows why you would want to!
It was nice to get back outside to the fresh air and live people! We walked back to the metro, stopping in a couple of shops along the way.
At home we lazed around for about ½. We were going to the Sacre-Coeur this evening. ...
... My favorite memories of our time all involve being out late, eating a good meal, having too much wine and just walking the streets. Soaking up the culture, the smells, the sounds. Watching her delight in discovering the life that comes alive after dark was... well, delightful! We were able to do things together that she or I wouldn't normally do if we were on our own, or with others. I am grateful. Now, as I write this on our very last day in Paris, looking ahead to the ...