BEST WESTERN Amiral Hotel
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... As Manu and now Anna say, it’s all about the sauce!! OMG! I don’t know what is in it, and apparently the recipe is comprised of about 17 ingredients, but that sauce with the entrecote, and dunking up the remainder with probably the best French fries we’ve ever eaten was what made the meal. Absolutely delicious.
And with my last word as usual on food, so ends another magical stay in Paris. Overall, I think Italy is still my favourite as a whole (it holds ...
... somehow it smelt like autumn. We found the underground tunnel to the Arc so I was glad to see it up close. It is absolutely stunning of course, but I didn't realise it is a memorial and includes the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier as well as a Memorial Flame which was quite sobering.
We sat at the Arc for a little while, watching the traffic and the people, and just enjoying being in Paris on a beautiful autumn ...
... at one of the café’s opposite out hotel and had an espresso with our crepes! Mine was Nutella and Banana and Marc opted for the Lemon with cream. Delicious! We returned back to our room and had a 1 hour nap.
Upon waking, we started to get ready for our dinner cruise. We had to be there by 19:45 and we made it in good time! We were greeted and taken to our table and offered a glass of Champagne with some cheese puffs. Entrée was then served, I opted for ...
Ok peeps the excitement has begun! We are flying business class. That's right you heard correctly. Seats fold down into a bed, 16 in touch screen TV, complimentary champagne, and lots more leg room. A girl could get used to this kind of travel. The meal was to die for! Lobster for an appetizer, rice and scallops for dinner, and a very delicious dessert. And the best part was all the champagne and wine you could drink! After a 7 hour flight we finally made it to ...
... currently undergoing some renovation with scaffolding all over it. We moved on to complete our tour back at the Eiffel tower and catch the bus back to our apartment. All in all, we clocked 6.5 miles today and my feet ache. We staying closer to home tomorrow and just chilling. We're both a bit tired but mostly feeling a little overwhelmed with seeing so much so quickly. Time to drink wine and relax. Au revoir for ...