Hotel Chateau Frontenac
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... driver where was a good place to eat near where we were staying and he took us to a French restaurant near the Eiffel tower. The food was good. Dave had Lamb chops, Melody has a shrimp salad and Ann had a veal dish.
We finished the meal and caught a cab back to the apartment where Dave worked on the blog; Melody wrote in her journal and Ann did some laundry and read. It was a relaxing evening. We watch the Eiffel Tower light show and went to ...
... from Monaco with whom I discovered a shared appreciation for Florida Georgia Line, an Asian guy who is actually Swedish, several people from Austin, Texas who almost convinced me it is the greatest city in the world, and a Kiwi guy from Katikati who just got off four weeks on a cargo ship filled with kiwifruit. I don't think you get much more New Zealand than that. The crawl itself descended into messiness pretty fast, especially after the ...
... lighting of the a Town Square tree was pure magic for all..
Next.. the finale ..Sleeping Beauty's Castle was transformed by lights, lasers and fireworks into a spectacular, show stopping, breath taking magical masterpiece.
so many happy ..tired, but completely memorised families floated home that night..
To summarise .. No, one can't do two parks in one day.. Magic does happen but make it last longer !!
... Petanque. More older women have short hair. French women wear fancy shoes. Business hours in Paris are capricious. We know our favorite butcher closes every day from noon until 3:00 when he reopens until 8:00PM. The day we wanted his duck terrine for our soiree we stopped in at 3:15. He had posted a sign that today he would reopen at 4. Why? Naissance-a birth in his family! ...
... myself wondering around the Botanical Gardens and El Parque Retiro. The flowers, the green, the peace, the smells - it was just what I needed after being deeply entrenched in the city life of Barcelona.
And the food in Paris, oh, simply heavenly! After gorging ourselves at dinner and heading to a divine creperie, my friend Keri and I decided to walk off some of the sugar and wine. At 10pm, we stumbled on the Pont des Arts bridge and were just in time to catch ...