Residhome Prestige Paris Massy Residence
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... show to start and there was a band performing whilst the dinner was finishing. Our bottle of Champagne came and although I don't particularly like champagne I had a few glasses which turned into half a bottle and a glass from the Asian man who offered his expensive champagne (this was throughout the show of course). The show started and was amazing. The dancers costumes were sparkly and colourful(that was the 'limited' costumes that they were wearing of course but I certainly ...
Well looks like this weekend is going to be spectacular with temps in the mid 20's. Off for a run, then up to KB to meet peter and Elaine for coffee/brunch. KB do great coffee but not really brunch so we walked a block down rue des martyrs to Pane quotidien. Nice brekky and great to see peter and Elaine again and catch up on their news. Bumped into Steph in the street and decided such a lovely day we should just stay out in it ...
... buildings. The architecture was simply breathtaking. Paris really doesn't have skyscrapers to remember the skyline by. Instead it has large, white buildings that run as long as several city blocks. After a while, they all begin to look the same. While in Paris, we enjoyed our stay at the Paris Park Hyatt Vendome. The room was so sexy and furnished in lavish gold trim and bronze art sculptures in every room. The hotel upgraded us to a deluxe room with a king bed and ...
... more Rose, red, and white wine than we could possibly drink. For entree, we were served egg and bacon pie, salmon, and of course escargot (snails!). The snails were delicious - coated in an incredible garlic sauce which we sucked out of the shell. For our mains, most of us had the duck l'orange, which was so succulent and came straight off the bone. Dessert was a choice between several French delicacies, and I enjoyed ...
... Mojito time! Fully refreshed, we headed back down the Champs Elysees towards the Louvre. James and Peter were totally bored and couldn't seem to understand the enormity of where we were. Even the sight of the glass pyramid at the Musee du Louvre was totally un exceptional to them. So we just dragged them around and enjoyed the architecture with much complaining and dragging feet. A day of sunshine and 23C was time to end......back to Pantin for ...