Kyriad Le Bourget
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Le Bourget
... known as being one of the best produce markets in Paris. Chris and Mary Lou happened by at the same time with another Aussie artist so we all went out and got espressos at the local at the bottom of our street. Really, no better way to start a day. The market was great, a bold and defiant stand against Australian food safety standards. We managed to get ourselves a fabulous selection of meat, cheeses, fruit and olives for later. Food dropped back at our place, the four of us headed ...
... the train from the airport to Paris Nord station, and then a taxi to our apartment. The start of the taxi ride was full of dirty streets, intimidating groups of males, and overall trashy neighborhoods. About 1/2 way, thankfully things changed.
After meeting the apartment owner, we had a wander up the street, found a nice Italian restaurant and had a really nice meal of pasta, pizza and tiramisu. French cuisine can ...
... families, and she told me that I could if I wanted to, and I have to tell her by Monday. I'm facing alot of indecision about this, because every time I think I want to leave, I find more things I love about this house. Also, if I really try, I can kindof find people to talk to in French. But I know being in a family would make it much easier for me to speak lots of French and improve more quickly. I can't tell whether my experiences have been unfulfilling because ...
... We walked home (Eiffel Tower area), passing through the Latin Quarter with its ped-friendly vibe and along streets that were already starting to feel familiar. "Home" is a charming studio a 3 min walk from the Eiffel Tower. There's a pic of Joan at our doorstep. There's also a pic of me with a "microbrew," seven or eight ounces of fun. Dinner was great. Those French chefs seem to know their way around the kitchen. Who'd a thunk it? ...
The closure of Chatelet, the huge metro station, to Line 7 meant I'd have to get off a stop early. This was the perfect opportunity for a long stroll in the Marais to window shop and visit this now trendy neighborhood. The Marais used to be the Jewish Quarter of Paris. Except for some synagogues and the Jewish Museum, the Marais is now an ...