Ideal Hotel- Emile Zola
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... and that I will need to queue up somewhere else to make the payment. I am not being very calm. I think Issy can tell that I am about to hit someone. She restrains me, and we go to the other queue to make the payment. We have just paid $150 for 5 kgs of luggage. That works out at $30 per kg. I think that 5 kgs is about the equivalent of 10 tubs of margarine. That means we've just paid $150 to have 10 tubs of margarine carried in a plane for a few hours. That's $150 that ...
... white, one red, and then as many of the dessert wines as we could. My very favorite was this amazing (expensive) dessert wine at 8 euros a taste, and for the life of me I can't remember its name. Maybe we'll just have to go back...
For fun, we also got a little dessert plate that had amazing brownies, macarons, and raspberry madeleines. This place is definitely, definitely worth a try and I just might have to return.
... is actually known about them. But I didn't think to take any pictures!
[We are surprised at the heat and humidity here...our proprietor told us yesterday that it is summer for a few days, but by Saturday it will drop 10 degrees C (18 F) and then it will be early spring again.]
Next we Metro'd to the Carrousel at the Louvre for a quick shop at Pylones, a store/company with fun and colorful items. We went to the nearby food court to McDo's (really, that's ...
Sad to say that our Paris adventure has come to a close but we had a fabulous time and I hope to return oneday - perhaps in spring to explore some more.
For me Paris has always conjured images of croissants, the Eiffel Tower, Toulouse Lautrec, Edith Piaf, Madeleine and of course my all time favourite, Gigi ...our time has been tres magnifique!!
I would like to share some observations and debunk a few stereotypes from our week -
1. I did not find the ...
... in this context, but we survived (Austin will tell you "barely").
I must start by explaining how the journey originated. My dear friend Austin planned a trip to visit Katey and me over his Thanksgiving break. As we are all tremendous Geneseo Hockey fans (maybe a little too much), we realized that Zachary Vit, one of the best wingers Geneseo has seen in recent years, had just signed with a team in France. Yes, apparently there's hockey in ...