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... and we set of in a VW mini-van with a very nice young man driving. His name was Herbert but in French the H and the T is not pronounced so it was very different to the way it would be pronounced in Australia. Our first stop was at the Adelaide Cemetery which had the graves of many Australians, including some from the 50th battalion. I saw the grave of a person called Drummond from Findon, South Australia. I noticed that the car showed the temperature ...
... tea in the restaurant there. It was an amazing room with chandeliers and marble statues. The museum itself is in a restored railway station so it is an amazing building to look at. We then further navigated the Metro -we think we've got the hang of it now - to get back to our apartment. There are so many stairs and my frozen knee and sore feet were not coping too well with it all. When we came ...
... of Billecarte Rose was perfect! Next dish was an egg in a straw nest, tiny and delicious. Next up a little bowl with mousse of rhubarb coated in a crisp shell, looked like rhubarb, tasted superb, then tiny balls of beef Carpaccio, stuffed with raspberry. Egg yolk with a mousse and a cumin glaze with corn cake on the side was the next dish. Then a ‘soup’, a seafood broth covered a selection of scallops, mussels, cockles and some squid. ...
Today we had a very full day of sightseeing. Walked from our apartment across Pont des Arts with all the love locks. There are so many now that they have placed boards over them in an attempt to stop people adding any more. We then walked along the Seine to Notre Dame. We were on our way to Rue Mouffetard one of the oldest street markets in the 5 th Arrondissement. This wonderful narrow street market with its cobble stoned street is one of the ...
Woke up around 7am and got an expresso 1€ each and walked to the Bastille market. To be honest it wasn't that great! Could be because it was raining in the morning.. Had some crepes 4.5e each and bought a big bottle of fresh oj 4.5e. We bought some supplies for lunch- roast chicken 7e, some salad and strawberries 4.7e, baguette and croissants 3e and some cheese 7e. Went to the supermarket on the way home and got some fancy pate, ham and some ...