Novotel Aulnay Sous Bois
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This morning was study time, then lunch at the renowned Jewish shawarma place on Rue des Rosiers called L'as du Fallafel. We were not surprised to find the place crowded with young travellers and locals because the food is generous, fairly cheap, and filling. Meg had a felafel sandwich and Laurie the lamb sharma with lemonade. Very good on a rainy cool day. After lunch we visited ...
... choose different items and decided we should return! Sunday morning began as a grey cool day, one of our first so it was almost refreshing to put on warm clothes. We decided to visit La Basilque de St. Denis on the northern outskirts of the city. Oddly, St. Denis was not mentioned in our tour book. This may be due to the "seediness" of the area. We meandered through the neighbourhood taking in a local flea market and realized very quickly that we were in a very small minority ...
... us in the right direction. After finding that everywhere in Paris was over-run with tourists, this place turned out to be the exact opposite. Spread over two floors of a large historic building, this place was deserted apart from the four rather bored guards on duty. They were very please to see us, as we were literally the only visitors in the entire place. What a contrast to Versailles where it was impossible to get any photos which ...
... unexpected, quiet little oases along the way. Delightful! A lot of smokers. Mostly cigarettes, some tiny cigars. And if they aren't found smoking at the outdoor cafés, they walk freely with cigarettes in hand with no concern about offending others. Like the USA was thirty years ago! Both men and women appear well dressed..women often in skirts or dresses, scarves wrapped casually around their necks, in stacked heels, flats or sandals. The Latin Quarter, ...
... of Paris. Most of sights seeing places were just 20 to 30 minutes metro ride away. Nothing specials about Paris metros: Very old looks like rat hole channels comparing to the Moscow metro that each stations built and decorated like chatue du Versailles. Paris Metro system wasn't very beautiful but were functioning very well and always on time I think that is what really matters. City is filled with tourist hardly see Parisians they understandably ...