Campanile Villeneuve St Georges
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... and spelling) Dinner was typically French, restaurant meals unless dining in the Michelin star dining rooms is pale in comparison to what we know back home. It's almost always safer to stick to a diet of baguette, cheese and red wine. Snails. Yes the garden nemesis was on my plate and not under foot as per usual. Garlic permeated from its former abode, as much as you try to be optimistic about this little intrepid culinary journey I couldn't help but ...
... famous ice cream. I figured if we could get to Notre Dame, I'd know my way from there. And I did, again without a wrong turn. I could get used to this Paris tour guide gig! We both got two scoops - vanilla and raspberry for David and both caramel beurre sale, or salted butter caramel, for me. I'd made the mistake of getting something different last year and quickly learnt from my mistake. Nothing compares to salted caramel. After a quick study of ...
There were so many beautiful views from around the Eiffel Tower yesterday, so I decided to add some more photos in for today. I was so tired from all the walking over the last 2 days, so a few of us have decided to stay home and relax. The others have gone by train to visit the Palace of Versailles. I would love to return to Paris another time to see more. It is such an amazing place. This afternoon I went to local shopping area with one of the children, Eveline. She is about 12. ...
... thought it would be a great idea to have a BBQ..sausages and beer. Story goes that a sausage caught fire, so they used the beer to put it out and the eternal flame as well. France deported the Brazilian and the Aussie's, never to return. Anyway, quite impressive and a memorial to all the fallen soldiers of various wars etc. France has been involved in over the centuries. We then went for walk down the Champs de Élysées towards the ...
Today was slow paced compared to yesterday however we still managed to see and do a lot. First on our list was Nick's must see, the Louvre Museum. When we arrived the queue out the front of the main entrance was massive. Luckily the guide on the walking tour yesterday told us about a secret Lions Gate entrance that not many people know about. And he was right. When we walked in it was completely empty. We walked straight up to ...