Adagio Access La Defense Leonard de Vinci
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... Lunch was also a highlight here - we stopped in at the Bistrot de la Cathédrale and enjoyed sea scallops with a salad of fennel, grapefruit, red onion and capers, with a risotto made with something like Israeli couscous. We had a terrific Sancerre with it and followed it up with a clafoutis made with pear. After the train back we ended the day on our street with moules et frites, crème brûlée and chocolate profiteroles. We need to keep up our ...
... and visit the Basilica.
Heading back down hill, we stopped for a quick window shopping visit to La Galleries Lafayette. Back at the Louvre and the lineup and the crowds had disappeared. It is such a huge place so it was not difficult to find galleries that we had not seen with James and Graeme when we were here with them in 2002. We spent 3 hours walking our feet off and then went back to the Auberge Aveyronnaise for another excellent ...
Today's events revolved around the Tour de France! The original plan consisted of The King, Jared, and Kenzie going to the Catacombs while the Queen and I shopped. They still went to the Catacombs but we ended up saving the King a front row seat for the race. He was not expecting that at all. His surprise and excitement was well worth it. It was an all day commmitment. We set up around 11am and ...
... out Champagne to their customers while they no doubt spent huge $$$$ on their purchases. Oh how the other half live.
Passed the Grand Palais and the Petite Palais and over the Pont Alexandre Bridge while taking many photos of everything in sight! Including a Bride to be and tourists of many sizes and shapes and colours...much like ourselves.
While walking along the Sein River Carmen spotted some Totem Tennis poles set up so we all had a fun ...
... ended up there. We first went next door to the brassier for dessert, but by the time we got there it was closed. Anyone who knows us knows we need dessert with chocolate! So we went to the "tabac" (mini grocery store) and looked what we can find. We came up with rice cakes (hoping we picked unflavored), Nutella, and bananas! But we wanted to end our stay in France with a crepe so we're disappointed, but making the best ...