Libertel Canal Saint-Martin
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
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Saturday morning we left Bilbao and headed back into France. During the day we stopped at Bordeaux the wine capital of France for our lunch break. You could easily have taken a wine tour if we only had the time as there were mini buses lined up in the street just waiting for customers. We bought a sandwich at a French Bakery and found a seat in the nearby square where we ate and watched some children playing at the centre fountain ...
... a free for all. Apparently from the top of the Arc de Triomphe you can see an accident every 3 minutes. We had no clue how to get into the centre and saw a few people run across, so when a moment presented itself we did the same. Made it safely. The Arc is huge and is the burial plot for the unknown solider from WW1 but was built to honour those who fought and died for France in the French Revolutionary and the Napoleonic Wars, with the names of ...
... night we had a boat cruise booked that Brenna had shouted for my bday so we went back to the apartment to have a nap, our big night of excitement had made us very tired then had some champers and snacks on the patio before heading down to the River for our cruise! Paris by night is even more beautiful than by day and we really enjoyed cruising along the Seine seeing Notre Dame all lit up and all the locals sitting along the rivers edge drinking and socializing. ...
... who don’t speak English the bouncer
sends us in the right direction and I buy myself a pair of slacks. Slacks with
high top shoes and my button up denim looking shirt. I’m a high classy looking
guy and Briony should be lucky to have such a stylin human being in her midst. We had some time to kill so we waited in
Starbucks while I sipped on a vanilla frappe’.
The show was amazing. The scale of it was
huge. We were given ...
... was signed ( somewhere in the middle of the room ). And there I stand, trying to find a "moment" and to think about the sheer significance of this spot. To feel a bond with momentous moments in history.But it does not really work. Somebody bumps into me, and I get swamped underfoot by a particularly massive group from the Far East. A rather garbled and gabbled "piece to camera" reflects the bedlam.Mind you, it is true that both the declaration of the German Empire and the ...