Campanile Paris Est Porte De Bagnolet
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This weekend I had the lovely opportunity to travel to Paris to meet up with my good friend Ilyana. We got to see many attractions, including the Eiffel Tower, the Palace of Versailles, the Notre Dame Cathedral, the Luxembourg Gardens, the Louvre, Moulin Rouge (although we did not see the show), and the Catacombs of Paris. It was a packed three days! I am very grateful that most people spoke a little bit of English, and that Ilyana knows ...
... crepes before heading home. We finished our time in Paris with the best meal we had in France. The waiter was hilarious and Dean tried some snails which apparently were tasty. Maybe they were tasty due to Dean being half drunk from our pre-dinner happy hour cocktails :-/.
It will be sad to say goodbye to Paris as it is such a beautiful city but looking forward to the slower pace of ...
... that tourists don't go to.. .. Anyway we met Catherine for dinner and she took us to a lovely Paris restaurant in the 16th arrondissement ( the city is divided into different sections called arrondissements), 16th is fairly wealthy area.. The building used to be an old train station that they converted to a restaurant that typically only Parisians go to... we had a nice cocktail while waiting for our reservation @ 8pm... mom and I tried a singapore sling, ...
... truy unforgettable experience. Probably the most "untouristy" thing we have done here.
The trip back took us through the Arc de Triumphe roundabout and there were even more ceremonies going on, with a massive "Tricolor" billowing under the Arc.
For dinner we ate locally yet again, at L'arc across the road. How wonderful to dine on authentic French Onion soup, Confit of Duck (Vik had the lamb) and Cafe Gourmand. Tres ...
... Renoir, Van Gogh, and so much more! We definitely liked this museum better than the Louvre! We left the museum and headed to rue de la Madeleine to visit the Maille store - so many varieties of mustard! We made our selections and hopped on the metro back to the apartment. We grabbed some wine, tapenade, gaspacho, cheese and baguette to go along with our mustards and had a nice little snack to enjoy while we relaxed for a few hours. We finally resurfaced around 9:30 and decided to ...