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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... fire to cook on. I had been keeping this one a secret, as Sue and Renze had put us on to this place seven years earlier, but despite visiting Paris several times since, this time I locked it in.
We had a thoroughly good time, finishing the meal with Armagnac. Dom and Petra bought dinner, and I bought a couple of T-shirts with our names on them. We wandered back to find a wine bar, polishing off more wine and a cheese board before calling it a ...
... as we walked through the area I was going to use that line as there wasn't a church in sight. Tammy on the other hand did put one of the scammers in her place when we were by the Louvre when she overheard one trying to tell a couple that she was deaf and she was trying to raise money. Tammy was behind her and told the couple "it's a scam". The scammer turned around quickly and Tammy looked at her and said "I thought you were deaf" and walked off. I know, but I digress. ...
... I am over the walking! We did stop for lunch for a salad and two smoked salmon bagels. However, they were huge and we wished we had shared! They serve the biggest plates of food. I don't know where the French women put it! More walking and finally a cocktail on the way home sitting at a cafe on the street watching the people walk by, just like the Parisians!! No photos today as we didn't want to carry our IPads ...
... the next three days. Thursday we visited Versailles (totally insane opulence, Louis the 14th's signature chateaux), then picked up our rental car and drove to Chartres with its massive Gothic stained-glass church. (Night photo with lights.) we stayed in a renovated monastery and had a fantastic dinner of crepes, unlike - and much better than - any crepes we had tried before. Friday we stopped at Chateaux Chambord, a modest 484,000 sq ft dwelling built in the 16th ...
... or mugged. Travel here is creepy (at night, as least). The train I was on was fine enough, but the stations were really dirty and smelly and just not great places. Also, I may have gotten on the last train illegally - I feel like I was maybe supposed to pay separately for the last leg of the trip, but my ticket opened the barrier enough for me to get through... I might be an accidental petty criminal. It's cool. I found ...