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... located down an inauspicious alley. The restaurant had a fixed menu as is apparently currently the fashion in gourmet restaurants. No choices but many courses of small plates all wonderful. The main dish however was pigeon breast. Everything unique. Senator Shelby from Alabama and his wife had occupied our table earlier in the evening celebrating their 55th anniversary.
We have seen the main art museums a number of times over the years and ...
... a man working there said he would look after us and make sure we get good seats. He assorted us to the booths sitting directly in front of the stage elected above the crowd. Best seats in the house! We still have no idea why he picked us but we were so thankful. I put it down to Aaron's floozy looks and luck!
I've never seen more peachy bums and perky bosoms in my life. I left feeling slightly tipsy, a little body conscious and ...
... the Bastille. It is under new ownership now so our pony-tailed hippie was no longer there. A younger Alain guided us in selections for our lamb dinner. After our purchases were made, Alain invited us to go with him to tour their cellar. He guided us down a winding staircase into a maze of crates and bottles…truly amazing . We felt so privileged to visit ...
... that we went to the Eiffel Tower and brought a huge picnic for Gabby's Birthday.
Chocolate (Dark and White)
Ahhhhh so delicious!!!!
Perfect way to spend a 19th birthday and the sun was shining! we then headed up the Eiffel Tower!! Bit of a leg workout!
The view was awesome!! Afterwards Gabby and I watched it light up ...
... alternative. I drew a lock on a piece of paper, inscribed it with our initials, and tied it to a ribbon dangling from one of the existing locks.
One cannot visit France without eating and drinking, so of course our Paris also included food. I was pleased to find some gluten-free crackers and cereal with which to start my day. Well, "pleased" may be overstating the case. GF crackers are a poor substitute for flaky croissants ...