Comfort Hotel Paris-Bastille
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... pastime in this lovely city. Well eventually Dianne asked a lady who was returning her machine, and of course the first thing she did was select English on the machine. Voila, we could see things more clearly now. Then when she showed us, we realised we were not going far enough through the process. Well, we eventually got started.
We knew our way around which was good, and in many cases there are bike paths, though you do need to share ...
... coz i really needed to eat more cheese). So good. interesting as it was made with buckwheat flour (so Gluten Free). yummo.. Dessert of course was more crepes - one with salted butter caramel and another flambe with Grand Marnier. So good,
Anyway, i better be off, quick visit to Chateau de Versailles before we head off to Champagne region to hang with the Wirtz family for 9 days.
Peace out people!
... have gotten a bit rusty, so combine that with the fact that we were pretty hungry and we had a recipe for disaster. Luckily we came to our senses and thinned out our basket quite a bit before we made it to the checkout line and we managed to have just the right amount to carry comfortably back to the apartment. So with a full fridge we settled in to relax a bit before we had to head out for our dinner reservation that evening.
Having made a somewhat last ...
... away by how cool both of these were.
It was on the way to the Orsay Museum that we got our first glimpse of the Eiffel Tower in the distance. I remember both Shannen and I freaking out quite a bit when we saw it, but that was nothing compared to seeing it at night at Trocadero Square. That thing is HUGE!! And also every bit worth seeing at some point in your lifetime. I actually preferred seeing the Eiffel Tower at night as opposed to during the day (we did both). I ...
... Louvre, all I (Sarah) knew is that there would be a couple of paintings and that's it. Obviously, I was wrong. The actual entrance to the museum is underneath the ground under a huge glass pyramid. The Louvre is built in a U shape around the pyramid. For me, that was a teeny bit weird when the whole museum was supposed to be underground… Outside the Louvre is a massive garden, ...