- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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I woke up with the worst hangover this morning at 11:30 to a call from my mum. We chatted about stuff but I can't really remember because I was in a deep hangover. After much pain me and Nim arose from bed and made eggs on these really nice onion flavoured bagels and watched TV for a few hours. Nim went back to bed to have a nap and for a few more hours we just relaxed and packed up our room. Kim came home later and I snuck out ...
... Cafe KB. Started to drizzle so thought a lunch would be in order so back to our favourite cafe for lunch Matisse! just around the corner. Madam specialises in tarts (the culinary sort) but I felt like a croque Monsieur the boys both had tarts, couple of glasses of very acceptable cote du Rhone from Guigal. And we sat and watched the local colour walk by. Hilarious old bloke wearing Joseph's coat of ...
... an extremely long train ride with our suitcases, we changed trains at Gard Du Norde and switched to get the train to Sacred Coure where we were staying. We got a place off the site airbnb.com and we stayed in a small French apartment with mont marte cathdral on view from the kitchen.. But straight away I did not like the area. We were obviously tourists and obviously very lost on our way to Laura's (the lady whose place we were staying on) apartment and the sleezy Parisian men were ...
... restaurant because the area I was staying in was dominated my migrants with a high Asian population. The Vietnamese food was below average so we thought it would be worth cheering up our unsatisfied stomachs by sharing a slice of a French Vanilla slice. The slice came from an Indian run bakery, so probably wasn't completely French. We took it back to my hostel and sat in the bar to eat it and then we shared a cocktail. We were both incredibly fatigued so decided to ...
We met up with Monica and Pascale at Parc Luxmburg this morning and sat to eat chouqet as the girls took another boat onto the high seas. We were hugging the shade from a palm tree as the heat was intense with temperatures scheduled to hit 28. Once Luke joined us we headed to the playground to allow children to fling themselves on the apparatus of choice. We ate lunch that Rob had picked up at a boulangerie that we had now gone to twice before ...