Balladins Les Mureaux
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... such an exciting place to spend the day. The bookshop, as always, was very enticing, and if the books hadn't been in French, we probably would have had very heavy bags on the way home. However, what was also great was that we discovered two upcoming exhibitions, one in Brussels of Marc Chagall's work, and one in Amsterdam of Matisse's, both of which we will be able to see while we are there. We have a dishwasher and, as I have happily mentioned once or twice, a ...
... food. Issy is Meg's budding chef, we made Rabbit casserole and crepes with red berry sauce for dinner. Simon and Liv returned home and we went to the Rendezvous for a drink while dinner was cooking in the oven. Of course this was accompanied by a Chateauneuf du Pape grenache and some of Laurie's Christmas prune Eau de Vie. A lovely night was had by all, a little tired from yesterday, so a reasonably early ...
It was a blast - until Alan awoke a few hours later, sick as a dog. Mon dieu, it seems the he was done in, finally, by the duck. All day the next day, Alan languished while I packed up for our leaving on Sunday. He almost missed the spectacular show of fireworks soaring above our balcony for ...
... re in Paris, so I'll do my best just to describe the day without mentioning that again. I shouldn't need to anyway, because today we were going to see some of the biggest things Paris is known for, so you'll know exactly where we are! After breakfast, we hit the streets - we were going to do a lot of walking today. We made our way back down the the River Seine and the centre of town via a little bit of a different route today, keen to explore as much of the city in our ...
... spins and your heart breaks as you are over come with grief and emotion. It was a different world, 100 years ago, and how blessed I feel to have the freedom that I do.
That night we headed to The Shard, a generous gift given to us from two of our maids, Meg and Meagan. We ordered expensive champagne, and enjoyed the view. 40 miles of panoramic London. Spectacular!
Pretty soon, we were cleaning up our room ...