Sofitel Paris La Defense
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... on, plus game stations, etc. mom was excited to see rollers skating line dancers so I took a few videos. That was her favorite part! We had a nice dinner out and had no trouble ordering off the menu or communicating with the waitstaff. In fact, the language barrier has been fairly nonexistent so far! Enjoy the photos. I've tried to label them accurately but it's possible I have some buildings confused. ...
... off after all the dramas already (not to mention it was starting to rain pretty heavy by now) we seeked shelter in a McDonald's and had an espresso (we needed it) and a macaroon for 1 euro!! However, this was basically the end to Paris dramas and although we got fairly soaked walking through Paris (with a broken umbrella) we headed up to the top of the Arc de Trimophe (and only had to queue for 15 minutes) for an awesome view of Paris and then went to a busy Irish pub ...
... up, I shined my cellphone on the floor and found it), and my blindfold (black, didn't find it until the flight was almost over, under my feet). I also lost all but maybe 2 hours of sleep that night, didn't find a position to sleep in until the flight was close to Paris (or maybe my body gave up fighting).
A nice surprise is that most of the Parisians we have dealt with have been pleasant, some even friendly, like the gal who held the exit gate open ...
... had a look around Montmartre with all the artists trying to draw our portrait or sell their art work. We caught the Furnicular down the hill and had some lunch in the park before we met Mary and Joe at the Catacombs, we waited in the line for about 20 minutes and Mary left us then as she didn't want to attempt the many steps down to the catacombs then more on the way up. The catacombs holds the remains of 6 ...
... so I was able to pick up some much needed winter clothes for my new life in Seoul. I reckon I picked up a jacket for about 40% what it would cost in Seoul or Hong Kong.
Before I leave, Yang and I have been going on a Pho binge. Last night we ate at Dong Huong in Belleville, decent Vietnamese but not fantastic. Tonight we ate at Pho Tai which was good but the soup wasn't super hot which was disappointing, otherwise it was very good. The only problem was ...