Chambres De La Grande Porte
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
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... along with the swarm of people passing through each room and by the end of it you're physically exhausted, and your senses are inundated with the whole experience.
The next day after Allison and Kevin had left, my cousin Ian and Valerie from London visited us. Valerie was going to be in Paris for work and Ian accompanied her just to come see us! It was a wonderful visit since I haven't seen Ian in years. The kids had a blast playing ...
... to go. It felt like they were following us most of the way and the police were following them. I have no idea what the protest was about. I tried to find information on the internet about it, but could not find a single thing.
The next day we woke up early and caught the first tour bus. Now there were different colored tours that intersected at different lines, so you had to know when to get off and which bus to get on so that ...
... old feel of the place) and Mumbai (crowds and air pollution). What surprised me about the streets is that no one obeys the crosswalks and how fast people drive down the narrow streets. What is very different and you feel right away is the way streets are laid out all criss cross. I really liked that.
When we got back we did some research on our neighborhood-to-be and got busy getting some paperwork together to lock in on or new apartment. ...
... a Monoprix store & bought a few things (roquefort cheese, proscuitto, eggs, baguette, capers, lemon, chicken, fizzy water, wine, 7up) realize I need to carry everything I buy. Even stopped at the flower shop & bought myself a bouquet of roses. Unloaded my groceries & decided to go out for a cappuccino & read my "Food & Wine" magazine. Decided to go to the cafe up the street, it looks lively. Enjoyed ...
... it isn't far but looked like fun - it wasn't as much fun as we thought). At the top there was the ever present Christmas market where we got Ed a new hat (he left his old hat on the easyJet plane). We walked around the church and had a look at a little park. We then walked around through the tourist stores - where Ed had his portrait sketched. We watched a man make key rings in the shape of dogs out of ...