InterContinental Paris-Avenue Marceau
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... by the staff three times ... probably should have been more. 4pm arrives in a flash, time to make a dash to the bus before the commuters start - and Christian announces a hunger emergency ... so fair to say we ended up playing sardines for the return bus trip to the metro (thanks Christian) which would have been fine if Olivia hadn't decided that half way through the bus trip was the ...
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... use a real one - albeit hopelessly too often than it is really used. We decided to just put 'Le' in front of pretty much every one of our English words. Le do you le get it? Sounds so French! We did eventually found a restaurant to eat at, and settled in for some food. On the whole, it appeared that most people did actually know English and were happy to talk it, but also appreciated at least us attempting French, so I did my best to at least say hello, goodbye and thank ...
... Pau, Limoges and Paris.
Lets start with our brekkie at Les Caprices de Charlottes, we ordered the "Complet Petit Dejeuner" at 8Euros and for our money we had the choice of - croissant, coffee, orange juice.....but....there is always a but....no butter, costs xtra, no jam, costs xtra, no milk in cafe, costs xtra......complete breakfast! Time to come home I reckon.
Next stop after a stroll down Rue Tronchet to Le ...
... of history. We have been to Notre Dame a few times before, so we took a few pictures after Mass but didn't linger, because we have more things to see today.
Before this trip to France I read a couple of books about the life of Julia Childs. She loved France -- especially Paris. I wanted to visit E. Dehillerin, the kitchen store she frequented while living here and attending classes at Le Cordon Bleu cooking school. I made a delicious peach pie a few ...