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... a box of pastries. I had to stop a few times to adjust how I was holding the water. I was in such a rush when I got back to the hotel I left the the key in the lock and Joe found it when he got back. For our last dinner we went to Le Bistrot des Dames, since it was a Friday night almost all the restaurants we checked out had a wait. When we decided on this one the staff said it could be 20 minutes or 45 minutes but welcomed us to sit at the bar for a ...
We left Grenoble early this morning as we have a long drive to Paris hopefully arriving at 4pm, our first stop bring Beaune, the very heart of the Burgundy wine-growing region. It was market day in Beaune, the stalls on the streets were laden with fresh produce, cheese, processed meats, vegetables, flowers, bread and wine. The countryside was lovely vineyards everywhere. We walked to the famous Hotel-Dieu Hospital, now a museum. ...
... so our first task was to obtain tickets for the following night on the Bateau Mouche. We'd thoroughly enjoyed the experience during our previous visit to Paris. Despite Brian having a surplus of navigational aids in his iPad and his phone, we still managed a few false turns and extra crossings of various bridges, which seem to be at least 10km apart. He also managed to get scammed of 2 euros (it could potentially have been far more) by a man ...
... We did not do this Parisian thing. We did, however, get a delicious flan from a boulangerie.
On the next day, we walked to Marche D'aligre, interesting place. Lots of cheap knick knacks (read ****), but there were some bargains to be found if you had the time and inclination. Fruit and veg looked pretty good, but most of the undercover shops (boucheries, charcuteries, poissonneries and fromageries) were closed. It is August... apparently everyone just ...
... the gleaners" - Des glaneuses was of interest to me because I have a Royal Doulton plate which was my grandmother's which has the gleaners painted on it.
Once we had finished viewing the gallery we caught the bus to the Moulin Rouge and Montmartre district to wander amongst the current artists. We had lunch in the square surrounded by the artists busily sketching people's portraits. We then spent some time looking around the local shops ...