Mercure Paris Porte de St Cloud
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... to get snacks from the supermarket so if we get stuck in a line again we don't have to stop for lunch and get caught with the masses of tourists like when we left Versailles. Chocolate lovers, everything seems to come with chocolate in Paris in the supermarkets & it tastes better than Aussie chocolate. After visiting a pharmacy for some lip balm & tooth brush we rest back at the hotel. After 8 we wander around the back streets until we find a menu we can understand. It's ...
Woke up with a very thick cold and gummy eyes, yuk! Had some rain overnight but a beautiful morning so had a lateish breakfast then out to do a spot of food shopping. Steph texted to say she was allowed out of hospital for the afternoon and did we want to have lunch but think it not a good idea with my cold. Back home and a chicken pasta salad for Stephs dinner then decided to head over to canal Saint Martin. This was used in the 18th century for bring ...
... lit up in front of a computer monitor glows with Hitchcockian noir. The smell of French cuisine is wafting past my nostrils and after this 1664 beer I'm getting peckish. After Jenny's inspired French dinner we sit out on the balcony again with a marvellous Bourdoux, camembert and baguette to continue watching this amazing passing parade five floors below us on the street and in the cafes, celebrating the Parisian night. We raise our glasses to Paris: Vive la ...
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, ...
... ended up reading a book n my iPad. Was a fast two or so hours from London to Paris but the only thing I dint like was when we went in the tunnels my ears were screaming but they eventually settled down which is a good thing as I think it would of been a very long train ride to Paris. Once we arrived we had to stand in the taxi line as we had no idea where our accommodation was. Once we checked I. And put everything in our room, we the. Adventures onto the metro train system as we had ...