Ibis Paris Porte De Montreuil
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... stopped for lunch at 3.40pm at a bistro. so good.
Later in the night we went for dinner and meet with an Australian and Amercian couple. so good to hear the good ole Aussie accent. We had drinks at this cool local hipster (but without the hipster if that makes sense) bar and then dinner at 11pm at a traditional Brittany Crepe Restaurant. Mine had potatos with fresh cream with parma ham and **** loads ...
... we had booked a private tour of the Louvre and we were very excited when we met our guide near the famous glass pyramid in the large courtyard of the museum. We had a truly wonderful time touring the museum and we were treated to an excellent overview of the largest and most popular collection of art and artifacts in the world. Having only one evening to enjoy this amazing collection we certainly didn’t see it all but our guide did a great job of taking us through many ...
... through his country. Germany invaded Belgium nonetheless, virtually pushing it into the sea. King Albert personally fought along side his troops, was himself actively engaged in combat, while his wife, the Queen, worked as a nurse in a field hospital. He allowed his 14 year old son to enlist.
... caught the bus from Germany at 6am and were leaving again at midnight. Just a day trip! It was school holidays and his mum paid for the day while she was working. G/ma and boy were doing an amazing job to still be on their feet at 9pm, and asked me for directions back to town. Hmmm, I’m a tourist too, not 100% familiar with the terrain! But I did suggest they had walked enough and really needed to catch a train but g/ma thought they still had three hours ...
... 17 ft). Not including broadcast antennae, it is the second-tallest structure in France, after the Millau Viaduct.
The tower has three levels for visitors, with restaurants on the ...