Auberge Du Manet
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... our afternoon libations and snack, then back to get ready for the birthday celebration! Our nephew Bob and his wife Tina were in Paris for a few days so they joined us for wine and cheese at our apartment - I had bought macaroons as a Paris birthday cake so we all sang to Rick! We walked up to our street to Le Chinon for escargots, French onion soup, steak frites, and Tarte tatin. A great way to celebrate a ...
... shop on the champs des élysées. We walked to the bus stop down Place De La Concorde and through the Jardin Des Tuileries. It was beautiful I just wanted to pull up a seat and watch the sun set around us. We are now almost at Notre Dame where I will need to disembark and start the journey home back up Rue Monge (aka rue mon-gee) with my newly purchased Kusmi tea. Surprisingly I was able to buy English breakfast which I find odd as the French ...
... It turned out this was a very famous cafe called Angelina's. Their signature dish is a little dessert called Mont Blanc. It's a meringue with cream and an icing made from chestnut purée. We shared one and it was very rich but beautiful. That evening we decided to try a local bistro recommended by our hosts at the b&b, Phillipe and Natalie Levy. The bistro was called L'improviste. It was extremely ...
... on. The Louvre is so big, and filled with so much artwork, as you are walking around there is so much to see it almost is overwhelming. We toured this museum for six hours, and still did not see everything.
When we left we walked around for a while, and decided that we needed to try macaroons. We bought them at a little shop and went back to the Louvre to sit on the grass and eat them. While sitting their we were laughing about how French we felt, ...
... beautiful view. We sat for a quick break and ate a sandwich before getting too cold as the wind had picked up and continuing our exploring.
We headed towards the Arc de Triomphe Etoile which we saw in a rush last time. On the walk there we past the Cite De L’Architecture which had some paparazzi outside and flash cars dropping off people dressed immaculately. Women were wearing small dresses in fur coats, oblivious to the freezing cold. No one we recognized though.