BEST WESTERN Parc des Expos
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... by a very persuasive French man for a three course €10 lunch, with an aperitif thrown in for free (first customers of the day),the place soon filled-such were his skills of persuasion. Michael suggested a late afternoon stroll to see the Eiffel Tower, "It's just around the corner". Map in hand he suggested we walk via the interesting maze of of side streets that criss-cross the various areas of central Paris, the result, after a couple of hours, very disgruntled ...
... just a few clocks from the Moulin Rouge!), checked in, and went looking for food. I found this incredible cafe with an amazing musician playing - seriously, that guy played some of the best covers I've ever heard. I had a amazing food and amazing wine! and now I'm ready for bed! I was going to try and do the catacombs tomorrow, but they're closed on Mondays, so it's going to be the Louvre instead! Such a tough ...
... and swapping our travel stories from the day. We all ate steak, pomme frites and salad and then chocolate pudding for dessert.. I also forgot to mention that we went to ANGELINA for lunch. It started in 1904 and is a famous french tea house that is famous for its hot chocolate made from real chocolate. it was magnificent and probably one of the best cake places in the WORLD! Our lunch before the cakes was delicious too. We had a Croque Monsieur. Tres ...
... of cheese accompaniments to take home. The oddest thing we saw was some sort of organ meat pickled in a large jar, and even though it was on sale, we weren't buying! Purchases made, we took the metro back home so that we could get ready for dinner at Le Verre Vole. This restaurant is an interesting place. It is very close to our apartment and it only has about five tables. They feature biodynamic wine, which is a movement gaining a lot of traction ...
... crowded places and waiting in line, so places like the Louvre are far from paradise for me. But, I sucked it up and still had a really great time. There is one thing that the Louvre has is spades that is particularly dangerous - Asian tour groups. Please note, I am not generalizing all Asian tourists. The emphasis was meant to be placed on the word "groups." We encountered several in the Louvre that reminded me more of forest fires than groups of other human ...