Libertel Canal Saint-Martin
- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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Well, we have left London… :( but on very good terms… Dan and I made a promise that we will be back one day. Our last couple days were great. We spent Sunday with Dan's close friend from Red Deer, Shanna. This beautiful soul is living in London with her boyfriend; Tyler and Shanna showed us some of their favourite places and we had the …
Day 4 in Paris
We have been in Paris for just over half of our planned time here and as we have become more familiar with our surroundings and the best manner to go from one place to the next we enjoy it more and more.
What does a couple do in Paris with a week at their disposal and no planned itinerary? Of course, you must first find your place of residence and the modes of transportation to and from ...
... melted butter, milk chocolate, hazelnuts, toast, leather, pepper, butterscotch, sweet orange. Strong salt but balanced with a nutty tang. This cheese has the highest production figures of all French cheese. Graded on a scale of 1-20. Those that score 15-20 wear a green band, those from 12-15 wear a red band. Below three can’t be labeled Comte. Aged for a minimum of 3 months but can be aged up to five years, although 18, 24, 30 and 36 are more ...
... a few minutes, we realized that the Eiffel Tower pokes its head above our building, but is not visible to us from our ground level apartment.
While toasting the arrival of our new grandson, we received the Skype call from Kristy's hospital room, and got our first look at mother, baby, and proud papa. The images were so good it was if we were in the room with them; what amazing technology. Happy Birthday, Matthew!
2. I don't get the whole thing with smoking. In the US, smoking cigarettes is largely dying out, as far as I can tell. No one thinks smoking cigarettes is cool anymore. Maybe smoking weed, but not cigarettes. But it really doesn't seem to have died out at all here in Europe. Maybe I'm just seeing a weird slice of the population and it's actually more popular in the US than I think it is and it's only among the upper middle class that it's dying out.