Le Prieure Saint-Michel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... crisps. Settled down to knit (me) and to watch TV. Unfortunately, we couldn't find anything other than the last half of X-Factor. Did manage to catch the results of Strictly, Downton and then sat up to watch F1. Got really annoyed because on the news immediately before they gave the results, well we think they did because we turned off quick.
Now we just need to watch Motorhome GP tomorrow night to see how Valentino Rossi got ...
... over and we had to go in. Brian even washed some of the muck off the van so I expect it will rain again now. We have booked a meal for 7.00pm so now we just need to shower and tidy ourselves up. Apparently there is even a live piano player in the bar/restaurant, should be interesting.
Last night's meal was OK, but quite expensive, 39 euros for 2 mains + 2 desserts. We had been given a token for a free ...
... have called one of my Parisian friends seeking a psychiatric recommendation.
Speaking of Parisian friends:
Nikki: to meet up. W/ her long time friend Natasha--known since kindergarten--who is living and studying in Paris and two other friends who are on tour and now in Paris;
Michael: to meet a group of his Sig Chi & other buddies who graduated in May, are bumming through Europe pre-real life, ie, jobs, and have just hit Paris;
I, to lunch w/ Leslie ...
... away from the wedding, getting seriously lost in the dark and a friend falling some 15 feet into a moat of sorts....and all ended with yet another delayed flight back to Madrid. All makes for good stories, right?
So to focus in a bit - the wedding! When my very good friend of about 14 years, Arnaud mentioned that he was to be married and that we were invited, we knew this couldn't be passed up. We'd spent a New Years with Arnaud nearly two years ago ...
... royal family and the military. If you’re not interested in horses, so sorry, this is my story. The buildings and architecture are all beautiful and so well layed out, the horses here really are treated as royalty and are revered above their human visitors and attendants. I didn’t pay for the guided tour since I was short on time, but did visit the 1’st Ecurie, or stable, which has been turned into a museum where all the early examples of stables and tack are on show, ...