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... to us in English and gave us an English menu. We thought we had stumbled on somewhere really touristy but then it started filling up with French people so maybe it wasn't so bad. I had a croque Monsieur with goat cheese and Luke had duck confit with garlic potatoes. We got the waiter to recommend a carafe of red which was amazing. We finished with floating islands and tart tartine. 65€ all up. In hindsight he was one of the ...
... to the Seine again, where we saw the Ferrari and Lamborghini again. Ron said if he was going to drive one, it would be the Lamborghini, but no, he didn't want to, so down to the Louvre we headed. I was thinking, "brilliant, the queue's obviously not long", when we remembered that it's closed on Tuesdays. Haha. Made the decision for us whether to wait in line, and I had to content myself with outside photos. I suggested we head back to a "red" restaurant Ron had ...
... a moment real quick and bless Maria’s heart.
She welcomed us with open arms, an introduction to her friendly cat named Mischa, and a fresh pot of French tea. When we told her we hadn’t eaten since breakfast, she started the stovetop and fixed us French Raviolis. This woman is literally an angel. Exhausted, we spent the night getting to know Maria and hearing her life story instead of exploring the confusing city.
... out of the city in fading light. We had now finished in Prague and were again heading back to the UK with our car problems.
Before leaving the Czech Republic and because it was on our route we visited the lovely city of Plzen. It’s on the same style as most of the cities that have their beginnings in the 1th to 13th Centuries. The large cobbled main square is dominated by the church that sits in the middle of the square in this ...
... Rested and fully energised, we took the metro to Champs Elysees where we walked the boulevard to the Place de la Concorde. The boulevard was not quite as impressive as I had imagined with a number of chain stores, smart shops, burger bars and overpriced cafes, It was almost like walking the Oxford street.
Place de la Concorde
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