Hotel Atala Champs Elysees
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... what can be better for a French meal than to start with French bread, baguettes, and wine. What a life.
Our meal is ready.
We have our soup in a mug with pepper on top and on top of the mug is placed a strip of the bacon. I watched Mrs. Chef Dominique. She broke bits of her bacon into her soup so I did also but it ...
... and had eaten we took the Metro system to the other side of Paris to Montmartre where all the cabaret shows, including Moulin Rouge,and sex shops reside, along with the artists of Paris.
We arrived and had pre show drinks at the bar next door with several 'Contiki' travellers as we were a little early. The show was to start at 9.45pm.
Phil ordered me a margarita while I was in the 'rest room'. Interestingly the barman made it with ...
... and a slow turn of my head to the left, and then right, I was confident that there was no other potential "you's" nearby. With an ever-increasing heart beat I tore open the envelope to find a lovely (albeit strange) note inside (see below). The things people do! It was a nice gesture and it makes me smile thinking about the person who made the letter, him/her sitting there with a cheeky smile on their face as they ...
... side ( and the actual Western Front where many WW1 battle fields actually were! # We have seen a very different Paris to what any of us wre expecting. We are stsying in the 19th Arrondissent which is on the very edge of "Paris City ". It's rough! Words that spring to mind. ..Hustling, homeless, Concrete jungle housing complexes, Graffiti etc. Yet I don't feel entirely unsafe and it is amazing to tale the 40min drive from here to the ...
... and just had a most brilliant time. But the best was yet to come .... Biagio and Ruben took us on a bit of a tour about Paris and we had the music cranking in the bus with much singing and laughter, it was so much fun. To really top off our night was that Paris was celebrating the 'Fete de la Musique', which is an annual music festival held on the summer solstice, the longest day of the year. The aim of the festival is to have music everywhere ...