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... reservations. On our 4th attempt, we settled on a brasserie that had a tiny space for us. Some of the table configurations here would make your head spin! You'll also have to ask one of us about our crazy table neighbor. Very good people watching! The aforementioned wandering tallied to another 8.5 miles today! (73.5 miles if you're counting with us!!) Happy Easter to all! More following our final full day ...
... fruit stands, and specialty food shops.
One famous restaurant there is the Escargot (the Snail) which specializes in, well, you can figure it out. It’s getting close to 200 years old, and was a favorite with people like Marcel Proust and Charlie Chaplin.
Another famous restaurant is, or rather was, the Rocher de Cancale – originally opened in 1804, famous for its after-theater oysters. In those years, it attracted a very ...
There is a common (mis)conception that most people are thin in France or at least Paris. And there are lot of theories explaining why. Maybe because they walk a lot, maybe they don't eat a lot of carbs etc.
I have an alternate theory today. Consider this, two Omlettes, two tiny cups of hot chocolates and ...
... so I decided against it.
After this I walked in search of the place I got a massage last year and with a strong sense of direction and instinct guiding me I found it (I am headed there today to try to get an appointment...it was closed last night). I then made my way to the Moulin Rouge where I recalled a Monoprix grocery was nearby, and sure enough it was just on the corner of the street I came up! I easily found the coconut milk for ...
... the one in England, before the cruise.
We met Terry and Sandra again in the hotel lobby for some wine, cheese, and French bread that we bought ourselves at nearby shops. This seems have become a daily 'happy hour’ ritual for us. Later we had our final dinner in Paris at La Terrasse, another very good restaurant with an excellent server, a short walk from our hotel. I had escargot in the shell, again, and roast duck, which was excellent.