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CITY DAY - Paris
Ros feeling no better so I took the excursion to Montmartre to see the artists in residence and take on the stories of where Rembrandt and Picasso worked etc.Lots of little souvenir shops and lots of people.
Ros was asleep in bed when I returned so when she woke we used up some of the soup and dry biscuits we bought at the supermarket and had them in the room for lunch. I couldn't have eaten a ...
... into being French, she had graduated from Sorbonne-University of Paris, partnered with a Frenchman and had several properties she rented in Paris. Our apartment was on the fifth floor in a very old building, adequate in size but small, had a modern kitchen and bathroom, had a view of a small central courtyard and was very, very quite. It would serve our minimalist purposes very well.
Avoiding an afternoon nap ...
... for fresh salami and a slice of green peppercorn and cognac terrine, some marinated olives, and finally a bottle of C******nay, and we were set. I could have spent the whole morning in this street, looking at all the flower sellers and food shops, ( I've never seen so many different types of tomatoes), and gorgeous patisseries where we grabbed a couple of macaroons for our picnic.
Before that though, we headed down to the Musee Rodin, which ...
... really threw me was for the wine everyone dipped the body into the chalice - I of course was expecting to drink from it - no worries though, now I know. Tomorrow is sort of my last day in Paris, at least for sight seeing - I will be going to Chartes on Tuesday, then on to Liseaux and Roen. Definitely would like to come back because there are many things I did not get to or due justice - would love to bring a friend though to share next time - any ...
... carrots, onion and garlic! After that we had some salad, then fruit, then cheese and wine for desert! The French DEFINITELY know how to eat!
For lunch earlier Anna made potato salad and veal with sautéed onions on top and lots of fruit and cheese after! We also drink wine here with lunch, which I LOVE but the combination usually ends up putting me in a food coma and then I have to take an afternoon ...