Abbaye des Vaux de Cernay Hotel
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... lady delivers it to each apartment door. This morning, I got mail! It was from the bank saying that my card was there and I could pick it up and it gave me my pin number. I hope I can remember this one because in Nancy, I used my card once and never remembered the number. I also never remembered my phone number either. Either way, I'm just excited that I got mail today and that I know it will get to me! WAHOOO!
After two weeks of dealing ...
We just returned from a quick trip to Paris. And I learned a very important lesson: when in France, NEVER deviate from a diet of foie gras and chocolate croissants.
"But I'm in the culinary capital of the world!" you might say. "I should be adventurous." I promise you, it will backfire.
I should have learned this lesson years ago, when I was in Paris with my father. My dad made a reservation for us at a ...
... was a fantastic street market just up The road in Bastille, so much fresh food, meat, cheeses, pastas and unfortunately smelly seafood, but I wish there was something like that at home. A packed lunch saved us some cash as we ate our baguette on the banks of the Seine amid the runners. Going for a random wonder we discovered the Hotel de Vile in all its gothic magnificence, and Kass discovered more shopping, in ...
... is a brand new concert hall, the Philharmonie de Paris, where we have tickets for a performance next week. Our good friends treated us to a magnificent dinner of gigot d'agneau. (The butcher had not only removed the hip bone with surgical precision, he had sutured the incision closed for the most artistic presentation!) The accompanying Pauillac and Chateauneuf-du-Pape wines were ...
... 35 minutes of waiting in line, I was underneath the pyramid and inside one of the places that has been on my bucket list for as long as I can remember! Walking through this place was like walking through time. Paintings, sculptures, jewelry, tablets, sarcophagi, armour, figurines....it was indescribable. I saw works by Monet and Degas, I saw the Mona Lisa, the Venus de Milo, and THE Code of Hammurabi. I saw hundreds of sculptures so masterfully carved they looked like they ...