Chateau de Grande Romaine
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... seafood to ensure freshness, vegetables you can almost still see the dew on, four or five named varieties of potato ready to suit your cuisine. Brilliant markets. I had heard about a crepe stall in these markets who served good savoury crepes. When I found it I ordered a choriz, cheese and egg crepe as it was just before 2 and the stall holders were starting to pack up. While it took a while to be served, they were more than worth waiting for. Cooked on a 60cm wide hot ...
Our alarm went off at 9. And 9:30. And 10. At 10:30 I finally gave into the inevitable and rolled out of bed, knowing I had to start packing my clothes, which were strewn in a messy heap, back into my bag. It took a while to gather all of my things together from around the house but when I was done I realized I still had time to go fetch some breakfast. To my dismay the local boulingerie was closed so I returned to the apartment empty handed. With all of ...
... 5e. I went to a pharmacy and got a nuxe lip balm and bioderm bb cream for 25e. The rain stopped and sun came out so we decided to line up for the notre dame. After 10 mins the massive line wasn't moving so we gave up and walked around to the front of the building and realized the side line was for the towers and a paid tour and you had to line up at the front to get in for free. There were police on bikes ensuring no one jumped the queue so it ...
... had finished there were stairs going to another floor that had a long central corridor with rooms off it filled with more traditional art in the form of sculptures and pictures. A lot of the pictures were bright and beautiful and I happily spent another hour or more wandering from room to room.
All in all it was a day well spent, and ironically the only things I saw there that were dark,dismal, and grotesque were the views of Paris outside the museum looking cold and wet.
... in the store we left for the Army Museum and Tomb of Napoleon. On the way we stopped at a grocer and got some wine, cheese and chorizo for later. Dropped that off at the apartment and caught the metro for the museum. We got out on the same station that serves the Eiffel and went the other direction. The streets are confusing here so it took a minute to find which direction to go. Once we turned the corner it was easy to spot the Tomb of Napoleon high with ...