Au Palais Gourmand
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... what was the bridge to better host parties. V stylish. It was just glorious, had fresh flowers set out everywhere, particularly orchids. The gardens themselves were manicured to an inch of their lives. Sadly we didnt have time to go through the maze. Prob just as well...with our penchant for getting lost we'd probably still be there.
Our bus negotiated its way through tiny villages where no one at all seemed to be home. Picturesque and those ...
... so friendly. We wandered the streets excited and trying every treat we could. Baguettes, cafe crema, eclairs and crepes. The taste is out of this world! My favourite....a pistachio eclair filled with like a pistachio hard custard. Not sweet and sickly at all. Best eclair I've ever had!
Then we sat with the Parisians ...
... to get off at Notre Dame and stroll around Montebello for a bit. Here we found Shakespeare & Company, a famous hangout of Gertrude Stein, Hemingway, and Fitzgerald. After strolling around the bookshop and glancing at first additions for an hour, we made our way next door to Le Petit Cafe for a little lunch. We both had sandwiches, which were tasty, but I had a very large glass of Bordeaux with my meal. So worth it.
After lunch, we strolled over ...
... and waving hands, as passers by dodge the enthusiasm.
Speaking of cafés.. Beware the tourist cafés on the main roads. Our brunch of 2 omelettes, eggs Benedict, & 2 coffee got a bill for €77. That's a au$100 brunch. Oh and that included €8.50 for the bottle of water... Evian - Naive backwards.
Our crêpe dinner with dry cider and coffee cost just over half that. And the waitress was much more pleasant, even if she was to shy to pose for a ...
... home begins. I have grown to dislike the intersection at the Concorde that we have crossed nearly everyday. It has at least 5 crossings to get though before you reach the other side which leads into the Tuileries. The traffic here is always full on and it feels like you are taking your life into your own hands by putting a foot off the pathway. As we come to an end of our Paris trip these are some interesting things to consider that Australia ...