Ibis Paris Sarcelles
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... to get to a toilet. The eternal struggle was hit with
another speed bump with the fact in my haste I had led us in the wrong
direction. The situation was dire and was do or die. What was meant to be a
romantic walk home along the canal, turned into a battle of wills and bodily functions.
My speed had severely diminished and my core strength had been put into action
to fight the shaking of my bowels portal. Each step is an eternity of ...
... playing in the gardens that they timed huge fountains to. They charged extra euros to enter the gardens on this day, but once we entered the fountains were all shut off and the gardens under reconstruction! I was extremely disappointed. In total we had an hour at the palace because our tour guide was not organized and we had to wait for other late people in our group. The rest of the day we walked around more of the left bank and went to ...
... bus home. Well not quite home, coffee first then on to Rose Bakery to buy a quiche and salad for Steph for her dinner and some lovely raspberries and strawberries. Call from Tim asking if we wanted to join him and Ron for lunch at La Pantruche which is in our neighbourhood, well we had to walk past the door to get home, so why not! We all took the plat du jour and a dessert for 19euro. A delicious roast breast ...
... as many of the Gothic ones are light. There are great heavy columns inside and out. There are large niches with massive facades for the statues of a series of saints. From memory they are Augustine, Clothilde, Vincent de Paul and Amelia(?) There are also statues of Jesus and another of Mary with an infant Jesus. A large one by the door is of John the Baptist baptising Jesus. A second statue of Mary, more modern and not as part of sequence is also in the ...
... is overpriced and bad. Hayley and I decided to go a little bit more upmarket than the wilted salad and stale sandwiches, only to find that the "upmarket" food was just as bad. And why do all meals have to come with some kind of soft drink that is 10 ft tall? Ever considered smaller portions?
My faith in humanity has also been restored. i always had the impression of French children being ...