Ibis Paris Porte Doree
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... of the square which house funky art galleries, alongside the Maison Victor Hugo (which we took a brief look in). The area around here, Le Marais, used to be marsh land, but it is now one of the most fashionable and trendiest in Paris. We headed for the many kosher options along the more affordable Rue des Rosiers, where we weren’t disappointed after we waited in the long queue for a delicious felafel roll.
Of course we couldn’t leave Paris without going back ...
... groundwork on how to get around and about in these cities, not much planning about "things to do" in the respecitive cities. Yep, I was pretty much gonna wing it and figure it out on the go.
How to get into the city from the Airport:
When I landed in Charles De Gaulle, I just followed the signs for trains to the station at CDG itself. You can get the regional train (They are called the "RER"'s) RER A from CDG, into Paris.
I think I got off at ...
... a lovely view indeed! After about an hour long walk, I bought some sardines at the market and went back and had a light dinner of sardines and avocado. Joris showed me this way to eat the avocado that is delectable: you cut the avocado in half, then in the hole where the pit was, you fill 3/4 full with olive oil and then the rest with vinegar, sprinkle salt and pepper on top, and bon appétit! More rain in the forecast, we'll see if I still enjoy it tomorrow! ...
... he has to keep shifting hotels and can’t tell anyone where they’re living etc as it’s dangerous!! People will knock him off. Crazy stuff! So he helped pass the time with his conversation.
Eli and I took our turn to walk around for a bit and found an ice cream store for me! We dropped into a couple of shops and had a look around. Then we came back and Mike and Kyria left again! Then it started to rain. Hector’s wife (the ...
... is invigorating. I don't speak a lick of French. In fact, it's embarrassing just how awful my French is. This makes me want to set up camp and learn. It has been frustrating not being able to understand, as I have been traveling in Spanish speaking places for the last 6 years and that hasn't been a problem. Just after 10 days I recognize words and phrases, and I love the elegant and delicate intricacies of French. I would like very much to learn and be able to ...