Comfort Hotel Paris-Bastille
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... spent quite a while up there looking at each of the compass points far into the distance, picking out various landmarks. Sue wanted to celebrate goiing to the summit of the tower with a glass of champagne but at 12 euros a small glass we thought better of it.
So after that adventure anything else would seem a bit flat so we made our way home, picked up our laundry and got ready for our final group dinner because this is our last time together as a group.
... At the opposite end of the bridge was a large lawn and fountain where lots of people were relaxing and enjoying the sunshine. We followed suit, found a spot along the wall and rested our feet while enjoying the view of the Eiffel Tower. It really is so pretty. When we felt rested we headed toward the Champs-Elysees which is a large and popular shopping boulevard.
On our way to the shops, we conveniently stumbled upon the Arc de Triomphe which is an arch built in honor ...
Simon and Liv went walking to the canal while we took Issy to skate. Laurie fell down once, landed on his wallet and now has a big bruise. The stalls provided a hot sausage roll and we came home to do the laundry and have an afternoon nap. Our last dinner together at Le Petit Machon on Rue St Honoré which was a hapoy choice; quenelles of seafood mousse with bisque, veal with mushrooms, and armagnac prunes on mascapone plus a nice chablis and a deliscious Cornas ...
... is pretty impressive and thank god we needed to walk through an underground tunnel to get across the 'roundabout'. I use that term roundabout quite loosely as normally this would convey a set road path with rules for entry, exit and behaviour whilst on the roundabout. None of which apply in this instance. What a **** fight. Here we are at the Arc de Triumph, we have had a quick look and i said to Joelene, i am going to watch the traffic for a bit, it s more exciting. In ...
... the almond meal crusting they 'paint’ on the top which made it quite heavy and more like a cake slice than a croissant. It was really delicious, but I think I still far prefer the lighter versions that maintain the flaky texture of the croissant – what a dilemma to be facing.
We then (slowly) got ready and got our provisions together for our picnic at Bois de Boulogne. Finally headed out the door a bit after 11, with a stop at the local ...