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... crepe. We actually just wanted to get warm and I felt bad only ordering a hot chocolate. We left and found the nearest metro and took the train to Notre Dame. Notre Dame is always great to see, we took some photos, most of them blocked by a huge Christmas tree! Bit early for Christmas I think ;) but beautiful all the same. After we jumped back into the train and made our way back to the hotel, the tired and exhausted. Ready for another big day tomorrow ...
... with basil foam and a candied, salted carrot. Next popped up a little cigar type of thing with green foam, very tasty! Smoked Eel with black sesame was mains number one, it is one of the chef signature dishes, then sweet breads with slow cooked parsnips and parsnip chips. The Cheese course was a bowl with cheese ‘spaghetti’, a greenish broth and bits of greens… I didn't like this at all. Why deconstruct cheese?!Desserts now start, ...
... at least 20 minutes, pausing to admire well-preserved skull crucifixes and one head that still held a single tooth. There were moments of awe as well as moments where the whole situation just seemed unreal. When we finally got back into normal tunnels the ancient stone walls, not covered in layers of bones, seemed vaguely boring so we were happy to reach the skinny spiraling staircase that lead us back to the surface. We took a few moments ...
... from 1630 to 1651, is a prime example of French baroque architecture and a reference point in the history of French architecture. The château is located in Maisons-Laffitte, a northwestern suburb of Paris, in the department of Yvelines, Île-de-France.
The family of Longueil, long associated with the Parlement de ...
... to find some local fare for dinner. We found a small charming wine and seafood restaurant, who let us in even though they were almost closed, and helped us with our broken french to order an amazing meal. After dinner, on our way home, we found a fun popular bar, and had one last drink before heading home to crash after our long ...