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Travel Blogs from Ozoir-la-Ferrière
... i am finally sitting at the bar of a very well reviewed resturant tucked away on a sidestreet only three or four minutes from my house: Au Passage. In a charmingly old-fashioned - bordering on dingy - little space, the closet-sized kitchen serves up delicious tapas-sized plates for the mostly local, mostly hipster clientèle. I sip reasonably priced glasses of white, then red, enjoying plates of bonito sashimi, carrots with a home-made ricotta and sprinkled with spicy dukkha, and ...
... right! Can't wait to work up those shots..gotta clone out a few cranes! Back down and into the Cathedral. Massive, big, huge, enormous...get the picture? Spectacular Rosé Window with its original stained glass. For me it was not as impacting as the cathedrals and abbeys I saw in England, but then I am not as into the history here. The Deportation Memorial for the French Jews who were sent to the camps was just around the corner, so we ...
... our bus tickets too. Buenos tardes from Madrid, we have been in Europe for nearly a week and we have now found summer, left Paris this morning with jumpers on and landed in Madrid to 36 degrees, but let me start at the beginning. We had a good start to the day with our hotel allowing us to eat breakfast before hrs so that we could catch our shuttle bus to Paris Beaveau airport which is about 80 km north of Paris, which we did, it was ...
... sights, driving down the Champs Elysees to the Place de la Concorde with its obelisk and various fountains. Across the Seine the former “Burbon Palace,” now the National Assembly building, was all lit up for our visit, but traffic congestion prevented us from crossing the Pont de la Concorde to get closer. We motored past the Esplanade du Trocodero and the Eiffel Tower on our return to the hotel. And so, finally, to bed. Reveille at 0600 hours.
... you were stepping.
We just walked and looked in souvenir shops and got acquainted with the city. We walked across one bridge over the Seine, to the island where Notre Dame is and we continued across the island over another bridge til we got to the Latin Quarter and we wandered down a few streets. It's a very lively area with gifts and smells you've never experienced before. We popped in and out of ...
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