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... was no problem. And they were delicious. I would definitely have them again. The cheese plate was really good as well, but the cheese was so rich that we couldn’t finish the plate. It was all very reasonably priced and the service was great. I would definitely recommend it to anyone else visiting Paris.
After dinner we headed down toward Pont de l’Archeveche, the original love locks bridge, where we searched for the lock Jeremy and I left ...
... is at a premium and we had to take what we could get for this section of our trip as when I was looking several weeks ago, rooms were disappearing before my eyes.
And so it was we booked to in hotel Premiere Classe Roissy Charles de Gaulle. When I booked, the website has issued a booking number which I took a screen shot of, but a follow-up email had never arrived. To be sure we had the concierge of our hotel phone ahead to ...
... But the alternative is to take the furnicular, which we did. Then to the busy part of the area where all would be artists are situated to sell their paintings. They are displayed around the town square. All the streets are cobble stone and the area is lovely. Our last visit was to the Bastille area to visit the market there. Now it's time to head out to the airport for our flight to ...
... After a hot morning trudging around, we stopped for lunch is a fabulous little bistro where they seated us upstairs by the open windows. Across the road someone had left a bunch of junk from clearing out an apartment - a bunch of suitcases, a lovely vintage handbag and some boxes. As we watched, people wandered past and took things, a young woman spied the handbag and popped it under her arm. A ...
We decided to catch a taxi to our apartment as we were a bit over stuffing round with buses and trains and trying to carry our luggage. Eli had foresightedly pulled out some euros when we were in Frankfurt so we were able to pay for the taxi. I'm glad we aren't driving around Paris. The traffic is crazy!! They seem to jump all over the place and there's more honking and tooting going on than back at home! Plus they drive on the right side of the road just to ...