Chateau de Cely
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... need to experience this moment in time, in history. We step out the other side and are back in Paris, sitting in a cafe, having lunch as though nothing has happened just down the block. It's sad how easily you can tune things out, even though they surround you.
We eat classically Paris dishes that I remember from school: Avocat vinaigrette, Steak Tartare, Faux filet avec sauce au poivre. We skip dessert, finally realizing ...
... we decide to order our 2nd bottle of the cheapest champagne. So after entrees, dinner and dessert split between the couples, we had spent 400euro, which is about $600AUS! Nearly have the bill was the champagne. By just after 9.30pm it was time to go as Adam and Jess had a early start to the morning. By this time the dinner rush was starting to hit, as people where walking in for dinner. Who has dinner after 10pm on a Monday? I would be ready to eat my own ...
We admit it - museums area not our 'thing' generally but we decided to take in one this morning. I generally like to see contemporary and modern art and with no strong objections we lined up for the Pompidou. The top floor was 1915 through to 1970 and held a number of well known works of art by Picasso, Kandisky, Mondrian etc... The 1970 to current section was a mis mash of audio, video and really out there stuff. A pair of pants with some parsley in the pockets hanging in ...
angry order "End cubicle and get out!’ which I am happy to follow. I am
grateful at this stage that the boys bathroom is at the complete opposite end
of that floor. I await his return and the subsequent walk of shame before
greeting him with cackling laughter and of course sleeping in my own bed that
After the show my tummy was feeling quite
sore after that Starbucks ...
... and a lovely shop called Nina Kendosa. Mary bought a top and I purchased a most interesting potential gift item if I don’t decide to keep it for myself!
We have come home to pack and tidy up. We have to somehow get our bags down the skinny spiral staircase. We have decided to try carry them down light and empty and then do extra trips with bags. We then have to walk from here to the Gare de Lyon and so that will be our ...