Ibis Paris Porte De Montreuil
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... atop the Arc de Triomphe for more wonderful city views, from the Eiffel tower across to La Defense. I particularly liked the belvedere of the etoile or star of tree lined boulevards that branch out in long straight lines from the famous roundabout underneath surrounding the arc.
On our rainiest day in Paris we made it just in time to walk to the beautiful Places des Voges, Paris’ oldest square with its 36 symmetrical houses, and arcaded walkway underneath bordering ...
So I started my first trip to Europe in the fabulous city of Paris. Was looking forward to this trip, and the planning was still only barely done. Excited to explore new places, new faces and new cultures !
I also must mention this was my first ever solo trip, kind-of-a backpacking trip almost. I had it only roughly planned out, meaning all I had done was book the flight tickets for my journey and the trips to the other cities.No hotel bookings yet (Except ...
... don't feel too many immediate effects of this, although I'm sure the long term effects are still there. I have a hard time saying no, it just feels rude. However after lunch I couldn't resist the urge to nap. I must make an effort to resist the foods that I know aren't best for me, ugh. Joris had a work dinner this evening, so I went for a walk as the sun was setting and made my way back to the Sacre Coeur where I knew there would be a lovely view. And ...
... looked old enough to be it’s grandpa! He did say it was an accident!! He’s had quite an interesting life. His wife is German and speaks quite a few different languages. He has semi retired now but used to be a street performer, artist and travelled a lot. He explained that his occupation in recent times has been managing election campaigns for mayors in America, organizing people to write speeches, getting money etc. It gets quite competititve to the ...
... journey of self discovery in that city often. The rhythm of life in both cities suits me, and makes me feel part of something bigger. I've missed that feeling. I didn't realize how much. Being able to walk wherever you want to go, or hop on the Metro and discover a whole new universe minutes away are things that just don't exist in Phoenix. Also being surrounded by people. All sorts of people. Speaking French, Spanish, Hindi, German, English... the mix of backgrounds, ...