Hotel Sezz Paris
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... a sister, but such a nice experience all the same. Now to tie this entry up to a nice conclusion. Remember in my entry about Edinburgh, where I mentioned the difference between big and smaller cities? Bigger cities can be more lonely, whereas you are more likely to fall in love with stranger passerbys in smaller cities? Well I fell in love in Paris. It is a big city, but its romance drowns out the pickpockets and the misunderstood snobbery. I met eyes with ...
... the cut-off. More time to read I guess. Costs 8 euros to climb 200 steps to the first level, where you get brilliant views of Paris at your feet. It is beautiful. Having made it up at around 8:00, it is beginning to get dark, but there are some clouds, so only able to see a small bit of a sunset. Would have been magnificent with no clouds, but I am sure that is rare. Eventually make it up another 200 steps to the top of ...
... her offering being Lentiles Vertes, Coco/Epices, Euf 69 , followed by Merlu a la Plancha, Haricots Borlotti/Pancetta, Fenouil et Aioli.
Video Girl, Battery Boy and Backpack Boy chatted for hours hearing about his adventures and experiences in America, Mexico and South America. They didn't even realise they were the last three people in the restaurant so at about one o'clock in the morning they headed back to their apartment.
... were 8 years old) Theo standing at the end of the platform waiting for me. And as soon as I spotted him, he started to walk towards me as he saw me too. This was the first time in 2 (maybe 3) years since we last saw each other, and I was his first Canadian visitor since he's moved back to France. He was gracious enough to offer me his pull-out couch to sleep on for 3 nights.
So we got some food, took the ...
... Paris traffic was his pleasure, certainly not mine. The shuttle made a stop at Gare Lyon first. We arrived at Gare Montparnasse at 10:17 and I thought I would make every effort to catch the 10:28. I ran to the ticket office and there was a lineup. I exited the ticket office to the terminal building where I noticed machines that looked like ATM's. The ATM was attended by what looked to be a ...