Hotel Les Bulles de Paris
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Welcome to our blog! Our names are Lisa and Johanna. We really like to travel and explore new things. So we decided to make an adventure through Europe. Here at our blog, we will write about our entire, adventures trip. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us!
Our first stop on our Europe trip was Paris.
We bought a Interrail ticket (a ticket that you can use in entire Europe) and took the train from Salzburg to Munich and from there ...
... and delicate buttery wafers.
Photographers and film crews were present as well as an Emcee who walked around narrating events and interviewing ME! I told him I was from Virginia and I loved French bread and pastries and was always trying to make these at home but nobody does bread better than the French! ...
Today we rose early to see the sunrise from the Basilique du Sacre Coeur (Sacred Heart Basilica). We left the hotel at 7am, it was still dark and bloody freezing. We made our way to Montmatre and took the Funiculaire (cable car thing) to the top of the hill. There it was standing, the Sacre Coeur. We stood and looked out to the dark fog that covered the skyline of Paris. Due to it being freezing we waited a while and then went inside the ...
... near the Tuliers gardens for some free time. We headed back to the Lafayette Galleries and discovered that there are three stores - ladies (femme), male and Maison. This obviously means in French 'Scott had died and gone to heaven' as there were 3 floors of food hall. Cheese, meat, seafood, pastries, macaroons, spices, chocolates and international foods. Even Vegemite but at 6 euros it was a little expensive. It was really interesting ...
... trip. Lots of tasty sounding options – very cheap 3 courses – but sadly the food was pretty average. Onion soup to start (over cheesed and underseasoned); boeuf bourguignon (not bad) and tarte aux pommes (tasty but sad quality of pastry and a bit skimpy of the filling).
Le Bon Marche (gourmet food hall) – AMAZING. Sculpted sugar cubes anyone? Very tasty looking almond croissant purchased for Mitch, and very tasty croissant 'ordinaire’ ...