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... and chose our three courses from the limited menu. I had a goats cheese salad dish to start with whilst Steven had salmon tartar. Both were delicious. The service was also quite good. They would serve the next course soon after you had finished the previous one rather than serving everyone on the boat at the same time. (Unfortunately for some of the slow eaters/groups on board, this meant they received their after ...
... I was in the middle of explaining to the pharmacists that I only needed half which she was reluctant to do when the lady at the back of me said "let me see" so reluctantly I pulled my trouser leg up ( up not down!) and she said " Il tres dangerous; you must have it all!" So I went home laden with antibiotics, betadine, cover plaster, tape more cover etc. so that was that. Maureen comforted me though to say I ...
... and ponds. Lots of green metal chairs are scattered about and people just sit and contemplate the ever changing parade of people in the park. Large lush trees provide shade, vendors sell ice cream and crepes, and several cafes serve wine and food, although they are on the expensive side. We entered the park through huge iron and gold gates and walked to the Seine ...
... the Millenium Bridge from Harry Potter, but I didn’t stop to take a pic.
After, we were off to Trocadero, a fantastic spot up a 7 minute walk away up some stairs to take a picture of yourself with the Tower.
... fast food place for lunch. It was really nice, the bread was really fresh. Les then abandoned me halfway home to head off to a CD shop in another direction. Thankfully, this time I didn't get lost. For dinner Les brought home 2 cakes and a fresh baguette. One of the cakes was very nice, poached pear and chocolate but the other, lemon meringue, was a bit too tart for my tastes. Tomorrow we are going to the postal museum and possibly the catacombs. Cheers ...