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... the course of the week were brought together to create several really impressive looking (and tasting!) desserts. The layered carmelized pear and chocolate mousse bar was paired with Amarula ice cream and chocolate sauce. The frozen nougatine sand after the addition of chocolate and berries. The individual pavolvas were a feast for the eyes with mounds of whipped cream, berries, tuile and ...
... that said "Da Franco." As if on cue, the motorcylce turned off. It was like I had a fairy hunk food father that was guiding me to a delicious dinner. Now, back to the picture test. Take another closer look. Have you ever attended a baby or wedding shower? Yes, I am aleinating half of my audience but consider this educational, gents. You know the game where you stare at a set of items and then have to write down as many as you can recall? Look that closely ...
... Right Bank of Paris. We then walked along the Champs Elysees in search of Laduree…a shop and restaurant that, according to Chantal, has the best macaroons and tea. We found it, got ourselves a table on their sidewalk café and ordered…well…of course…macaroons and tea. They were very, very decadent and tasty. I had raspberry, licorice, vanilla, and pistachio…Cathy had chocolate.
A quick visit to the historic monument and ...
... I actually thought I might have a heart attack. The view was terrific at the top. We then walked back along the Seine past the underpass where Diana died and past the river boats and fair that is on at this time on in the Tuilleries garden. Foot sore we arrived back in time to tackle the washer and dryer - again.... second call to management to send up an adviser (looses something ...
... you can also get a feel for the overview of town, ready to attack your own must see sights.
One last weary night in Paris, then off to the Gare de Nord Station for the Eurostar train to London. We're starting to become experts at negotiating luggage through public transport, unfortunately.
Next trip to Paris I will pack much lighter and stay much longer.... there are still about 16 arrondissement haven't seen properly.