Classics Hotel Bastille
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I've already told you how my husband was lucky enough to get a cooking class in Paris for Christmas and how I am clever enough to manage to go with him for it! Then I told you about our market shopping experience the morning of the class in "Bonjour Ma Belle" (still loving the greeting!) So now to our actual cooking class in Chef Dominique's …
For a Christmas present, I gave my husband a one day cooking class in Paris. You go to the chef's house, go to the market (or not, we paid to include the market), cook your meal with the chef and eat. What could be nicer than a weekend in Paris making your own meal and dining with a chef. AND even though it was a Christmas present to him, I would …
... though. There were four of us, and we soaked up everything like a sponge. Kane took us home, no hitches at all. This Metro is great stuff. We should have tackled it earlier, as Dianne's shin would still be in one piece.
Kane and Kirsten continued on back to their place, to catch up with Brock. We had arranged to meet them all in the Latin Quarter tonight.
We came back to the unit, and relaxed with a couple of G&T's and ...
... we all just had to go have a look, with it turning out to be a great relaxation. Next was the big parade. It was incredible! So many Disney characters and dancers and singers and floats all over the roads, all of them waving and smiling at everyone and just so incredibly happy it was a really great time. We then went into Phantom Mannor, which was a 'haunted house' exhibit that Sarah and Taylor wanted to visit. The set design was absolutely incredible, and if you ...
... the tower. If we were there in shoulder season I could imagine it would be nicer to hang out, but August it's just too busy! (Mum and dad said they were here in October a few years ago and the crowds were non existent! Maybe next time we'll aim for a different month...it's not like the weather had been hot either!! Although today was the first day we didn't need jumpers lol (usually Paris 30-32 degrees this time of year...the hottest we had ...