Campanile Melun Dammary les Lys
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... been so happy to see those golden arches. We each got a medium Big Mac meal with diet coke's and sat in the very classy downstairs area feeling infinite joy. On our way out we each bought a McFlurry to take to the square while we read. The big paved area had reclined sun-chair shaped seats and a beautiful view of a detailed, stone French building that we couldn't identify. We sat happily reading our paperbacks for a while before we went back to Maccas ...
... around by staff members polishing the floor we stood on.
After walking the entire Champs Elysee, we bought some more wine, cheese, and baguettes, and took them to the park opposite the Eiffel Tower to eat. We put some tunes on my mini-speakers and lay cloud-watching in front of the tower for some time. This was a highlight.
Following lunch, we headed over to the Notre Dame via the love lock bridge, ...
... items into Google Translate. This way, we would know exactly what was on the menu and then decide before we arrive what we would order. Sounds a like a good plan, right? We thought so. After 20 minutes copying and pasting menu items into Google, we had decided what we were going to order. When we got to the restaurant, we were very impressed. We didn't have a reservation, which could have been a problem if there were more than two of us, but the woman at the door was able to ...
... National Park’ tour. They left Paris much more confident about doing this leg by themselves than when we arrived on last Wednesday.
Next stop Edinburgh for some research into my maternal great grandfather, George William Galloway and his father, also named George William Galloway. It was George William Galloway (the younger) who came to Australia sometime between 1870 and ...
... but Rob claimed it was one of the best he'd had--since he and his very good friend began rating them at every restaurant thirty years ago.
Post-script: I walked by the restaurant I was talking about later in the afternoon and they had posted a French newspaper article on the same subject, where they had been interviewed saying they only use FRESH FOOD FROM THE RUNGIS MARKET! Well, I said it was good, didn't I!