Au sourire de Montmartre
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... a few rounds the guys told me of a place that sold bottles of wine that we could consume in an alley next door. It sounds dodgy just writing it and we got a magnum for eight euro but it was great!!! Sipping red wine out of Heineken plastic cups sitting on a curb in Paris… was pretty epic. Last day in Paris- Sunday 6th July It was our last day in Paris. With another travel day ahead of us we planned on one thing before we would pack our bags in ...
... we nodded vigorously. Success! Metro tickets in hand, we next sit down with the map and plot out our trip. We didn't do this pre-planning step the first few times we rode the Metro. We were the confused tourists standing in front of the large wall map in the Metro trying to figure out which line to take while hundreds of people walked around us on their way to their destinations. Now, before we leave we take a few minutes in the quiet of our apartment ...
... rouge I was late to join the rest of the group at the Eiffel Tower, but still managed to stand in line more than an hour. The very top platform was closed to we only went to the second floor but the view was still outstanding. After many a picture and selfie both on and in front of the tower we had lunch in that very Parisian style - on the sidewalk facing out to watch the crowds pass us by. Mum and Terry were served hot coffees in glass milkshake glasses ...
... has had until you take your first sip and Surprise. As if the taste alone was not enough, those tiny little balls of chocolate have floated to the top - how does that happen? Simple: they are filled with honeycomb. So its chocolate, cream and then chocolate and honeycomb.
Ya gotta love the french!!!
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