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... very drinkable, and after a nice fresh salad to start, my medium rare and Mikey’s rare sliced up steak came out, laden with sauce and a pile of homemade French fries. They serve it to you in 2 lots, keeping the other half warming on small tables in the centre of the bustling restaurant. Once you are done with your first portion, they serve up the rest with a fresh bunch of fries and more sauce. To be honest, I’ve had better steak elsewhere, but the meat is not what you ...
... cycle by Rubens, and the Cour Puget.
We were about four hours in the Louvre and I could have stayed longer but my tummy was grumbling and I was a little tired, so we left. We strolled through the Jardin des Tuileries and stopped at one of the many outdoor cafés for lunch before continuing our promenade to the Place de la Concorde, along the Champs Élysées, to the Arc de Triomphe. The trees are starting to ...
... Museum) which was filled with weapons, armory and other items from WWI and WWII. It was really quite interesting but also very sad. We stopped for a quick bite to eat and then visited the Tomb of Napoleon.
We then decided to head back to our room to have a nap before dinner. It was around 16:00 at this point when I realised that I had not yet tried a French crepe yet which was on my to-do list! Lucky we were both a bit peckish from our light lunch earlier on so ...
... a park in the middle of a busy street in pigalle where we went to take photos of the Moulan rouge. We then took another metro back to Republique (which is where our hotel is) for dinner. We had dinner at another Hippopotamus where we had salad, steak and chips and some crime brûlée. After an extremely long day, we were all very happy to get back to the hotel for a much needed shower and ...
... Triomphe. This looked a lot like Fifth Avenue in NYC with lots of very fancy and expensive stores. We went into the Renault store where two racecars were featured in the front showcase. I peered into the ultimate Louis Vuitton store--so impressive--and Cartier's, of course. More about the stores there here: http://www.champselysees-paris.com/shop ping. Tres chic! We ended our promenade at the Arch de Triomphe ...