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... was waiting for us. The fascinating guy whom we used during our stay in April (Serge Molho) could not fit us in his schedule today, but he asked Philippe to cover for him. When we landed, it started raining pretty hard, so poor Philippe (who was wearing a suit) got soaking wet as he loaded our bags into the trunk, insisting that we sit inside to stay dry.
When we arrived at our new digs in the Passy section of Paris, on Ave. Rene Boylesve ...
... crème vermicelli) and Joel got a chocolate éclair. The only thing we managed to finish was the éclair. I can normally handle my sweets and sugar but this was extreme. I instantly felt like a diabetic and as good as it tasted it was sickening. Worth the experience though and I bought a few macaroons on the way out to eat when my sweet taste buds had recovered.
We walked around a lot to try and work off the calories consumed in that one sitting. Our trip took us past ...
... would not find anything. I turned around and said 'no more looking, let's just go there' pointing at a restaurant across the street, decorated with trees and lights. Without bothering to look at a menu (I didn't want to change my mind) we went in, were given a table and menu. The waiter was just what you'd expect a French waiter to be like, bustling around shouting friendly remarks and orders to the kitchen. On reading the menu, we saw that the plat-du-jour, or daily special, was ...
... everything now which really downplays how beautiful the real thing is. Then a long lovely walk up the tree lined Champs-Elysees to the Arc de Triomphe . Another can't believe I'm here moments. Beautiful ridiculously expensive shops ( including Cartier's- but it was closed on Sunday) and sidewalk café. So Paris.
We are now exhausted and so have to stop for a long lunch in one of those cafes. How will I ever get used to real life again
... it's basically a few hundred highly organized Norwegians, they had their own PA system, a satellite receiver with wide screen tv's and obviously loads of flags and beer. The atmosphere was amazing, even the elctro euro dance music from the Norway contingent was good for a laugh watching them bounce up and down beer flying everywhere. The caravan came through an hour before the eve but they are not allowed to throw freebies into the crowd like ...
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