Pavillon Bercy Gare de Lyon
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... street with a final course of crepes in St Michel. What great joy this afternoon brought to my stomach!
Tomorrow we take the TGV - fast train out of Paris to Bordeaux to continue our travels.
Phil- I have travelled a lot, seen the pyramids, Vegas, New York, but none of them have effected me like the Eiffel Tower. I had a tear in my eye, as we climbed up the never ending stair case. When I was a kid, I saw the tower in movies and books, learnt about ...
... which was very good. I then headed across the road to visit the Maille mustard shop. The range they produce here is very wide with some unusual mixes. You can taste a number of these and include a Cherry Almond and Pistachio Apricot Mustard. Interesting to see such a range and of course I did make a few small, not too heavy, purchases.
Time to head back for a short rest before heading out to dinner at Le Petit Commines - a restaurant recommended ...
... focusing on different topics. I first went into the medieval section where I saw more swords and suits of armor than the medieval festival! I didn't understand any of it because it was all in French so I browsed through the swords, suits, cannons, and rifles. I could quickly tell I was going to overload with military history knowledge so I just headed towards the ww1 and ww2 section before my mind exploded. I spent most of my time in the WW1 side because I ...
... working cellphone
I've not been carrying a wallet
Forgetting my keys at work (which never happens) isn't a big deal
I'm walking + taking the metro
I"m more formally dressed
I'm carrying a backpack
Not fully familiar with the route
No working cellphone yet
I need to carry a wallet
Forgetting my keys at work (which happened on Monday) DID turn out to be a big deal.
Just as I got on the metro to ride back, I ...
... the charming neighbourhood looked like it would be worth exploring had we more time.
It comes as a big surprise that everything in Paris is petite - definitely not for the claustrophobic. The narrow side walks where you have to do a couple dance with the oncomer on passing, lifts that can only hold 2 people (of slight build) snugly at a time, the shower cubicle that closes in on you, and not to mention the palm-sized McMuffins all bring back rather fond ...