Auberge de la Truffe - Hotel de la Mairie
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... we shall just take our two hour lunch and time can wait for us.
This walk ended with a slightly less prestigious department store, the Bon Marche. Still pricey, but a lot less hectic and still attractive but a lot less dramatic than the Galleries Lafayette.
Did not stop for our daily baguette ...
... change lines, had a long escalator up, which we very nearly missed. A helpful passer-by, seeing the distressed look on our faces as we gazed up at an particularly long flight of stairs, directed us round the corner to where there was an long escalator. After that it was all dead easy, with escalators at all the right places. The high speed train to Irun, just over the Spanish border, was very comfortable and the time ...
... with incredible water features in the gardens, it overlooks the Eiffel towerer across the river. We took some photos and crossed the river towards the Eiffel Tower. Wow what a sight, arguably one of the most well known landmarks in the world. The structure is incredible, it was built from 1887-1899. We took the usual tourist photos of the tower and then walked on to the Champ de Mars. Our plan was to walk the tour route, we then onto the ...
... home and watched a little TV before bed. We found a channel that was showing a mini-Tonight Show marathon. While Jimmy Fallon is pretty funny, what we found most amusing is that we've now watched more Tonight Show episodes in France than we ever have in the US. On deck for tomorrow: Notre Dame, Saint Chappelle and the Louvre. We also heard that the France World Cup match will be playing on a huge screen at the Hotel de Ville (City Hall), so we may have to check that out, ...
... pretty good by this stage helped along by a magnum of 2006 chateneuf du pap. It was only when the Paris Bresse came out with candles on it that I twigged that this was Tim's birthday lunch as it was his birthday on Tuesday. Fabulous dessert that he had bought from a patisserie shop on the rue des Martyrs. One of the more enjoyable lunches I've had in a long time. Not too much to eat or drink and a lovely walk home. What will tomorrow bring? Steph ...