Au Pavillon Bleu
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... our way back to the hotel to get ready for Moulin Rouge. In our finest gear(not too fancy as we were travelling after all) we caught the Metro to Montmartre an had some dinner at the Irish pub next door, O'Sullivans. It had a great atmosphere, cheap cocktails and the food was delicious. We ate then went next door and was shown through the front doors into the foyer of the Moulin Rouge. It certainly wasn't what I was expecting. I though you would go straight into the theatre and ...
... purée and a very soft boiled egg. Jeff had a fabulous fish dish with leeks, cabbage and sautéed lemon potatoes with a creamy sauce. Just a glass of Viognier did us very nicely. Well Jeff had two and we were just about to leave when Tim arrived and wanted us to try a wine fro Provence. Well wouldn't want to disappoint! It had been raining whilst we were having lunch and we thought we'd head over to Saint Germain for ...
... landscapes right outside our window. Once again, we were very surprised at how much graffiti there is as you enter the industrial cities and in the tunnels the train went through. Seems is every single inch of space is tagged with graffiti.
From the bullet train in Paris, we hired a cabbie to take us to the Hyatt Vendome hotel right in the heart of Paris. The cab ride was about 15 minutes long and was an unforgettable experience. The drivers are CRAZY ...
... 200 years to build starting in 1758. It has this huge crypt under it where many famous people are buried including Voltaire, Rousseau, Victor Hugo, Émile Zola, Jean Moulin, Louis Braille, Jean Jaurès and Soufflot, its architect. Marie Curie is the only woman interred based on her own merits. We walked back along the beaches set up on the banks of The ...
... people, we just walked around and enjoyed the wonderful architecture. Over an hour wandering the streets, Steve Lucas style, with a break for morning tea........the biggest meringues I have ever seen and all sorts of colours and flavours, superb baguettes, ham and cheese and to top it off excellent coffee. More wandering included the boulevard St Germain and we ended up at the Palais du Luxembourg and gardens.....beautiful expanse of greenery ...