Mercure Paris Porte de St Cloud
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... the link on her Facebook page if you want to check it out. We came home to freshen up before heading out for drinks and dinner. Fortunately "home" is 3 blocks away from Le Motte Piquet, which is one of the more happening streets in the 15th arrondissement, with one brasserie after the other. We had wine at a corner brasserie, and then headed across the street to dinner at La Gauloise, a more slightly elevated version of the typical French brasserie. After our delicious ...
... I stopped several times to spend longer at a spot or join a different group. The whole thing cost me just 36 euros. Most of the time I sat on the top, open air deck of a double decker listening to an explanation of what I was seeing. Everyone had a set of earphones and you plugged into whatever language suited best. I chose English today! How do I detail the day? There was just so much to see. It was like a fantasy. A list of the places I saw runs like the what's what of ...
... with me. I promised her that it wasn't scary and that it wasn't a roller coaster, but in fact it was the scariest ride in the park.. I was absolutely petrified, and I was holding her hand so tight, that I left fingernail marks on her hand. I couldn't tell if she was crying or laughing. When we got out, we were both high on adrenalin, and wanted to go again... She hasn't stopped talking about it, and keeps telling Zara and Souf about all ...
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, ...
all have gorgeous paintings interlaced with gold décor and small statues.
Shortly before the tour inside the palace ends you reach the famous Hall of
Mirrors. The hall just feels so open and light. Down the middle of the hall
many chandeliers hang from the ceilings, while golden statues are placed every
5 feet or so on the sides. The hall feels so light and open since the whole
hall is literally just glass and ...