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... bread salad and green salad completed the meal. Oh but then there was cheese and yes 36 month old Compte Terry!!!! David had also bought a fabulous cream sponge cake and my friends from LA who were staying in off site bought a huge selection of fabulous glacé fruits. They were wonderful. Some of the party retired to the pool room while others played charades. A great night and an early one after the late one the night before. S ...
... I had a chocolate ice cream Sunday. Mine was fine. Turns out Emily had ordered cheese on toast. Hahaha. And the cheese was an inch thick and the bread soggy. Hahaha. I may have 2 left feet but I know my food. Emily didn't finish all her dinner. I ate all of mine. Back to the room and bed. We were very tired but there was half an hour or so of us just laughing our way through our first 4 hours in Paris. Great ...
... back into the restaurant, made a "be quiet" sign and beckoned us in right away to a table! It might have helped that Evan seemed about the same age as the chef's son (who was at the Le Dauphin when we were there). Anyway, we got lucky! Once in, Brad and I decided to do the wine pairings and Evan ordered a raspberry juice that was legitimately made from real raspberries. Then our tasting menu began with 5 starters: cheese puff, ceviche, tempura ...
... London, Weymouth, Brighton, and now Paris. Every moment in every city has been amazing. Seeing him on my 30th was important. He helps with a lot of those above questions. Who am I, where am I going, where do I want to be? Like Tessa, Kelv knows me sometimes better than I know myself, and in ways others cannot. Talking with him always presents answers and, more questions. He challenges me to be the best version of myself, and helps me achieve that. I treasure him, and though ...
... unloading, doors, gates, tiny elevator etc just to make it out of the house. She did some grocery shopping all by herself - sans French.While she was walking around our neighborhood she also discovered another park that we didn't know about which she took the kids to and is quite near us. She also discovered that with no cellphone subscription, Apple's map still works! This has come very much in handy to us on subsequent trips. Go Carissa!