I said I was going to show pictures of the apartment I stayed at in Paris, so here they are!
First, the bedroom. It’s really warm and cosy and comfortable. Doesn’t have a door but, instead, a red curtain across the doorway. All that red makes it look very exotic! Really loved it.
Then, the hallway, which separates the bedroom from the living room.
Then, the living room, which is the same room as the kitchen. It’s just one huge room with one end being made into the kitchen.
Very nice and lived-in look, so much better than staying at a hotel! Well, if you don’t mind cleaning up after yourself. :P
No photos of the bathroom, cos it’s quite small and hard to get a picture of. But there’s a mini bathtub in there so even the bathroom felt cosy.
Do I sound like a property agent selling rentals? lol.
Anyway, in case you haven’t read my other posts, I found this apartment through Airbnb. So many nice apartments listed there, so hard to choose.
I picked this one cos it’s very near the city centre and reasonably priced.
The climb up and down every day was crazy, though. Six storeys up and down a spiral staircase!
I kind of liked it, though. Felt like I was actively burning off the calories accumulated from a whole day of pigging out at little French restaurants. But I always got so bushed by the time I reached the top.
Here’s what the building looks like on the outside.
At six storeys high, it was one of the tallest buildings I saw in my entire stay in Paris, lol. The French don’t really have skyscrapers.
And the apartment is a couple of minutes’ walk from the La Chapelle Metro Station. Don’t know if that name means anything but it sounds sweet!
Well, that’s it, really. Nothing much more I want to say about the apartment. Here’s a link to it. You can read my review there!
So annoying that the website didn’t keep the formatting so all my paragraphs got crammed together. Pfft.
Anyway, going to Bath tomorrow! That’s supposedly some lovely place in England everyone tells me I have to visit, so I felt I had to do it or face untold wrath.
It’s quite far, so staying a night there. Can’t wait!