Auberge Du Gros Tilleul
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... dinner Dave chose La Scala, because we both fancied a pizza. We toasted his birthday with a glass of Sangria and I sang happy birthday to him...quietly! The pizza's were enormous, how Dave managed to eat all if his I don't know. Creme brûlée /ice cream for pudding, then tea/coffee and we were stuffed! €40, our cheapest meal this holiday. When we came out it was raining, but we didn't care because we have had a great, sunny few ...
... e...only on the outside though. 5pm we are back in the Hotel for our complementary drink, to share, then to our room to rest before dinner tonight. 7.30pm and we were in Les Ramparts. Dave had scallops then skate wing. I had skate wing then sorbets. It was very nice until we went to pay and the credit card wouldn't work. In fact we tried three, all Nationwide ones, but none of them worked. We had to pay in cash...lucky I had some with ...
... we decided on The Swan. Dave commented that his soup wasn't very "fishy"...I suggested that was probably because he had ordered French Onion soup! I had roasted cod for my main course, while Dave had sea bass. Both were delicious, washed down with a carafe of red. Then came the fondant chocolate, creme caramel and a coffee €64. It's reasonably mild out tonight so we didn't rush back, taking time to take photos of the cathedral in ...
... having our lunch, we watch a large articulated wagon, attempting to park.
I don't feel inclined to comment on the driver's skill level, since I cannot reverse the campervan, with motorcycle trailer attached, but, he was making heavy weather of it.
Eventually, he collided with a very smart ...
Shopping and sight seeing (in that order!) A quick walk round the ramparts then lunch at La Petite Auberge in the old town. Moules et Frites of course! Started to rain slightly as we went into the crypt of the Notre Dame, was chucking it down when we came ...