Mercure Paris Porte de St Cloud
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... surprised at the displays in the windows, how outrageous some of the pieces actually were. Once there I was actually intimidated to enter some of the shops-- but we did and soon got over the feeling of snotty exclusivity; unfortunately we didn't find anything close to what we were looking for. We headed home without having spent a ridiculous cent and grabbed dinner to go-- a potato/bacon pizza and some fabulous desserts. We were home by seven on after a much quieter day. ...
... of the butchery"), which was leveled shortly after the French Revolution. One last stop was "Boggi" where Peter bought Joe a pair of beautiful Italian navy suede shoes, which he won't be getting till Christmas. For dinner we purchased, cheeses from the Formagerie, bread, a Strawberry Tartan, an Apricot Custard Tartan from the Bolongerie and a bottle of Cote De Rhone Vin Rouge. What more but a simple meal enjoyed with my partner in the comforts of our ...
After being on the plane for over 24 hours we finally arrived at Natacha's place. We offloaded our bags and went for a walk through Billancourt with Natacha, to familiarise ourselves with the area we'll be inhabiting for the next eight days.
We then drove up to Parc de Saint-Cloud, which offered a beautiful view of Paris. Below us, ...
... met a girl from Colorado on the train. She has been living, working and studying for her PhD in Switzerland for the past four years. It was great to talk with her about the things she experienced moving to a new country and how different the lifestyles can be. One thing we've all noticed and have a had a little bit of trouble with "managing" is the lack of public toilets. Not the fact that we have to pay for them, that's not the issue at all. It's the lack of ...
... and venture to our train. Don't think I have ever seen such a long train. We were waiting near platform twenty watching the board for our platform to come up and of course we were departing from platform two and our carriage was right down the other end. Don't know if we will be fit a the end of this trip or just worn out.
Once in our little compartment, with not a lot of room to spare we decided to venture to the bar and sit there as we departed Paris, although it was ...
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