BEST WESTERN Parc des Expos
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... Stupid frozen fog. So today is a day of second chances. We're hoping to make better memories of these two places, so that's we'll have great stories to tell, not just regrets of how it should have gone.
First things first - Mario and I have a meeting with the son of my coworker, to bring him some gifts that were sent with us for his family. We meet up at a the Café Ménilmontant, right down the ...
... of fish, potatoes, garlic and chicken as we passed different stalls. David bought a backpack, as the second strap on his was looking fragile. We picked up a baguette, some Brie and St Marcelin cheese, strawberries and cherry tomatoes. We had seen flat peaches last year and I was on the lookout for them, but they must be out of season. Then we dropped it all back at the hotel and set off for Notre Dame again. Our destination was Berthillon, makers ...
... female with its fair share of impressive auto shops thank goodness, when Wayne decided to explore the Paris subway whilst I browsed a few more shops. As I returned to our meeting point, it was obvious that he had been there for some time. Sadly it was not the subway full of trains that he had envisioned but an underground car park full of cars and after walking down the 6 flights of stairs he then discovered from a very limited English speaking man ...
... Luke made an amazing chicken salad for lunch then we headed out to a free city tour at 1pm. Unfortunately we got lost and by the time we worked out where we were it was too late for the tour. It started raining heavily so we decided to kill time in a cafe. The waitress was stressed by all the people (especially those that didn't speak French) even though we weren't hungry we decided to eat coz the menu sounded good so we had quiche, cheese and wine ...
... a visit to the Arc de Triomphe. This monument is one of the most famous in France and commemorates the French who died in a number of wars including the Napoleon wars. After the Arc de Triomphe it was off to the most famous French landmark of them all, The Eiffel Tower. For years and years we have viewed photos of this famous structure however until you are next to it or looking up at it or at the top of it, you realise what an amazing structure it actually is. ...