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... bread (baguette, wheat, and some type of oat), 3 types of sweet cakes (I think there was sweet brioche, this white/chocolate half and half cake, and some other one) regular and chocolate croissants, nutella, jams, butter, fruit, yogurt, cheeses, ham, crepes, happiness. For real, happiness. I've stayed at Ibis hotels twice, and each time, I am so happy to wake up, because I get to eat breakfast. Ok that is all.
The next day we visited Amboise ...
... Euros less than last night. How does smoked salmon salad, sea bass and creme brule sound?
So back to our hotel and packing up for the morning. This lifestyle cannot be healthy? Tiny breakfast and lunch and then rich meal at 8pm or so and then falling into bed. We seem to have survived but I am at the end.
not sure if I will have a final entry but when home will post a few pictures
... we have been in Paris. We climb into that fog, via the first floor where you can stand on the glass and look at the world below. There is also a tiny skating rink set up for the holiday season up here, because what else would you want to do on the Eiffel Tower than skate? It`s a bizarre notion. I figured the tower would be draw enough, you don't have to further entice people with the prospect of ice skating at a ...
... and I mentioned it when they picked up my plate baby touched. The main man came back and said the kitchen sent their apologies and they took it off the bill. Nice! Jeff had veal liver with mushrooms and potato purée. Dessert was poached pears with raspberry and Madeleine's for me and a chocolate floating island with mango and passion fruit. Washed down by an excellent bottle of Saint Estephe. Well it didn't take much persuading ...
... sold the day before. Oh... For 3500 Euros. OH. That's $5,011.89 Australian Dollars. I REALLY liked him. ( But, secretly, I think I was glad that I missed out by one day.) The man in the Antique Shop was lovely and gave us the Website that I could order one from. They date from the 1800s .... And I should look for one that has a lovely face like the one in the window had. We thanked him and put that on our list for our Tattslotto win. So we walked the sidewalks and checked out ...