Residence Residhome Val d'Europe
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
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I got to sleep in today! I was still woken up by the movement this morning, but I did go back to sleep at least. I stayed in bed until like 9am. I was one happy camper. I had a pain au chocolat and an orange for breakfast. I am like the worst orange peeler ever. It literally took me like 10 minutes to peel it and it still had a bunch of that white **** on it. I had it leftover from lunch yesterday. Why do school serve oranges? They smell really ...
... and heading back to the Arc.
From there we walked to Galeries Lafayette, on the way to rendezvous with Cynthia and Benjamin, at Viande et Chef. Cynthia had organised some drinks and nibbles at Benjamin’s boucherie store in Rue de Lancry, and we spent a pleasant couple of hours drinking Sangria and sampling Black Pig and fois gras. Although street dancing had been promised, the weather was inclement, and we drowned our sorrows in a bottle of Switzerland’s finest ...
Like most cities, Paris is also trying to promote the creative economy. This area has developed below an old train line that has become a garden promenade kind of like the Highline in NYC. The arches beneath have been enclosed and now house retailers, ateliers and bars and restaurants. I can see they are trying to create a destination, but they aren't there yet. Some of the ateliers are only ...
... her backpack into the"excess baggage" category. Apparently "I want her to look beautiful" so it's a need not a want. It doesn't get dark til really late (1100pm) so we felt like kids going to bed with the sun still up. We were both pretty exhausted (me more so) so we booked some flights and accommodation and made a plan for tomorrow. We won't fit it all in before we leave, so we will just have see where we end up Au ...
... said before we left the states, do jog (though a smaller percentage than do in Portlandia). And they wear down jackets, which for some reason we thought would be very un-Euro, thus explaining our omission of said highly-compressible wardrobe items. A week ago it was mid 70s. This week's been mainly high 50s, though today it did make it to the low 60s. That makes three jackets back in Portland that would have found some useful employment over here. ...