B&B Roissy Charles de Gaulle
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After 27 hours in transit, we excitedly arrive at Paris' international airport ready to begin our holiday properly. We patiently wait for our luggage, including oversized bike bags and head to the Europcar desk to pick up the 9-seat Mercedes Vito I booked on November 15, 2014. They have had 241 days to prepare for our arrival, but ...
... wine so much better). I went for a wander this afternoon and got myself lost but navigated myself back to a metro and from there could find my way back to the hotel. Then I thought it would be s good idea to have an idea about the tour (glad I idea) it says I am booked for the 8 July but is all for the next week. GRRR. So trying to get that sorted, not really impressed. I shouldn't have to be doing that but oh well. My legs are a bit sore. But going to spend a bit ...
... a welcoming home-like environment. We have learned so much and, once again, they have gotten us 'fired up’ and ready to tackle pastry without fear! It really will be sad to leave.
Today was a day for soufflés and ‘pulling it all together’.
Over the course of the day we made (and/or ate) lemon, chocolate and cheese soufflés. At the beginning of our trip, we ...
... tennis was on at the new Bercy Stadium. Heading back home and with a couple of stops on the way, more wine and a really good lunch at a Corsican restaurant (we have been there before) near Place Republique, we dropped off our shopping and then rode down the Seine past the Eiffel Tower, across the river and through the very ritzy and chic 16th arrondissement to the Bois de Boulogne park. On the way back to drop the bikes off we had a coffee and pattisserie ...
... was great to drive a little in the town of Versailles. It is such a cute French town. I could spend a looooong time there just eating, shopping and walking. After making sure the parking garage would take my Visa card (I was surprisingly low on cash) I walked about 5-7 min to the palace of Versailles. It is amazing!!! Everything is decadently dripping in gold leafing and intricate details and that's just the outside. ...