Residence Cosy's Cadet
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... in this context, but we survived (Austin will tell you "barely").
I must start by explaining how the journey originated. My dear friend Austin planned a trip to visit Katey and me over his Thanksgiving break. As we are all tremendous Geneseo Hockey fans (maybe a little too much), we realized that Zachary Vit, one of the best wingers Geneseo has seen in recent years, had just signed with a team in France. Yes, apparently there's hockey in ...
Yesterday I flew from Stockholm back to Paris. Joris and Pauline were kind enough to allow me to stay at their flat while they are on vacation. Then today I caught a train to Rouen to meet and visit with Loïs, his wife Julie, and their daughter Ambre, for a few days. I realized yesterday that by the end of August, I will have visited 5 different train stations in Paris within 1 month (if you count the Musée ...
... from which distances to all parts of France are measured, They say it can hold more than 6,000 people which gives you some idea of the scale of it. Like the Segrada Familia Basilica in Barcelona, you could spend hours here and still not see everything. It is really great having the whisper sets and a local guide who can give you lots of the history and point out the various important pieces of art, sculptures, etc. Then we were off to the iron ...
... you’ll see after a descent down many stairs through dark, clammy passages is Paris’s principal ossuary, which also once served as a hideout maze for the French resistance. Bones from the defunct Cimetiere des innocents were the first to arrive in 1786 when decomposing bodies started seeping into the cellars of the market at les Halles drawing swarms of ravenous rats. The legion of bones dumped here are stacked not by owner but by type -rows of ...
... by that time) and a glass of wine, as did Steve. Mine was a fish soup, but it was smooth and creamy and not chunky. I kept saying I had to find vichyssoise somewhere but I never did. Steve got his own onion soup gratinee. It was good, but not nearly good as the cafe we went to on the Champs Elysee our first day.
Since our meal was light, we indulged in cafe and dessert. I got a crepe with a black current sorbet ...