B&B Paris Porte de la Villette
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This was my first experience in staying in a hostel type place. I couldn't complain with anything at the hostel. Comfortable beds, good shower! And it was relatively close to the metro. The breakfast was also very good the next day. The only bad thing is that it could get a little bit noisy but I would still recommend to others!
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This entry is a difficult one. I feel like I've a weeks worth to fill you in on and it's been only 24 hours since my last entry. I don't even know where to begin so I'm going to start bullet pointing from yesterday morning... # met my tour group... there's 53 of us on various tours. Some will leave the group along the way and more will join. 28 are …
Candicemayer stayed here on May 7, 2014 during their trip titled: Europe May 2014.
... 8220;African American” because they aren’t American). They just fit right in with the rest of society here. It really brings into direct contrast how separate African American people in the US generally are. It at least seems to me that in France, black people have exactly the same culture as the rest of the country, so it doesn’t, truly, doesn’t matter what color their skin is. That is just one aspect of them, like their height or eye ...
... once the sun fades. We walked back, stopping at the shops on the way, and was back at camp just on dark.
Knowing time was limited, we decided to continue north and headed for Lyon, where we only stayed one night, cos it was wet and cold, and while it's like that we may as well keep going. Travelling towards Paris, we found a camp on the way, arrived at 4pm but the office was closed, not open until 5pm, so we helped ourselves to a pitch, ...
... one of the the last remaining windmills with its gruesome history of the poor farmers who were left to hang of the sails, and onto Sacre Coeur, the white dome church that looks over Paris. The history of this place is amazing when the Parisian where fighting for their survival against the Prussian and were eventually starved out the Paris where two farmer took up the revolution but where nod off the windmill sails as an example to the French. ...