BEST WESTERN Montmartre Sacre-Coeur
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Somehow, we managed to lose a few hours getting ready, and then it was time to head to Guy Savoy on the Left Bank for lunch. Savoy's eponymous restaurant bears three Michelin stars, and I think this means that every dish must have three digits in its price. Happily, we were sedated by the excellent wine that was served by the young sommelier. The decor was matte black ...
... tip made me more annoyed when we discovered we weren’t in the correct street and alot further than 100m from the entrance.
Apparently Daniel and Josh didn’t have success in the Metro area as it was closed so they hired those guys who cycle while you sit in the back and watch the scenery. They paid about 20 euros but got a refund as they all took turns riding the bicycle lol.
So by the time we got back to the hotel it was about 1:30 and I just passed ...
... over 4 hours and only managed to see a small part of it. We did say hi to MONA though. Tomorrow we're thinking of a river cruise, weather permitting. On Sunday it was Solstice day and there were all these bands setting up on street corners everywhere and it was free music all evening. Happily they packed up by 11. Fortunately it was a nice balmy evening. Today was drizzly and cool. ...
... would be lifts but no we had to walk up 271 stairs after a massive day of walking and I was exhausted! But we had to basically run up because the sun was about to set and we wanted to take sunset photos up the top of the arc over the city. The sun was just setting by the time we got there so we whipped out our cameras and took heaps of pictures and then sat down and breathed once we were done :P Not long after that we waited to see the lights turn on the ...
... of markets, home visits for the cooking and eating, and some gourmet cooking, lots of wine (usually the first bottle was opened around 9:30 a.m!, and touring in the afternoon. Great trip.
Second cooking class was a week in Chang Mai, Thailand. We signed up for a cooking school. It was arranged for many tourists so we each had our own station and ...