Hotel Val Girard
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... fields. Very special! We boarded the Elodie for dinner and then walked into a little village where we visited an Abbey. The resident monk had given us permission to enter. It was a little eerie but very peaceful.
Today was a tough day of riding to Peronne. We were expecting a 55 km ride however it was close to 60 kms. We rode through the rather hilly countryside and many little villages. The locals who are out and about always give us ...
... of things although most of them were food. Mark sniffed out a fish house and he bought a sandwich which he described as tasting like gods having an orgy in his mouth. We walked down the stalls as he finished his sandwich but one he did we turned around so he could buy another. He also bought one for me this time which I ate and tasted the delicious flame grilled salmon and sauce in all its glory which was surprisingly delectable. We then made our way through stalls of ...
... men on a motorcycle - as you do) and guys, it did not disappoint. It was €112 per ticket, including a bottle of champagne, and it was SO worth it. Such a brilliant show; the costumes, the acrobatics, dancing - everything was just out of this world. All in French of course, but it almost added to the enjoyment. Seriously, if you're ever in Paris, you have to check it out. We spent the next day wandering around Montemartre, the famous ...
... of Asian tour groups. We stopped for a coffee at Starbucks then when we were fed up left and went to their home store. This had a food hall that covered 2 floors - amazing! Glenda was looking for some cosmetics for a friend so we tried the next separate store Printemps. Same high end brands but less crowds and they had what she wanted. Next train trip took us to Arts et Metiere to have a look at a place on behalf of Jacob. Tools some snaps and stopped for lunch. Glenda decided ...
... before heading to the bottom of the shopping strip on Champs-Elysee (Roosevelt I think?) and making our way home. We stopped for one last beer in a little cafe and the rain started to drizzle, nothing too fierce, but just like we had in Zurich I kind of like seeing these places in their dreary weather state, helps me remember their winter persona. Tomorrow is our last day in Paris and the last day of our trip, over too quickly, but then again it seems like months since we were in ...