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... we wanted. We then followed up with dessert, although the hot chocolate looked way too heavy, and despite disappointing many of our readers, we didn't order it - but we will be back! Instead, I had the millefeuille (fancy French word for vanilla slice), and Kylie had the eclair (fancy French word for eclair). Both very delicious. After checking out the Apple Store at Opera, just because we can - we moved onwards. Kylie had read about a quaint little thing ...
... bank Bordeaux, St Emillion 2010. Tres bien, so nice.
To eat we had cep mushroom pasta in a foie gras sauce and terrine de foie gras for entree. Mains were classic beef bourguignon for me ( melt in the mouth twice cooked) and fillet of bream with ratatouille for M. Dessert was disappointing apple and pear crumble with chocolate sauce, should have had the brûlée.
Restaurant was very popular with many people turned away and one pushy ...
... Anna's new favourite shop, a perfumer store, with, I am told, the most amazing collection of smelly stuff. After wandering back through the north bank of the Seine, some cocktails and another great french meal we ended the night watching the Eiffel tower light show, before going to bed tired but very happy.
On our last day in Paris, we headed to the Arc de Triumph and wandered down the Champ de elysees before surprising Anna with one last gift, courtesy of Mum and Pete. We ...
... but today, because it is at full capacity, it will reduce back to 317 kph. The trip takes about 2 hours and 17 minutes.
It is hard to comprehend just how quickly we are travelling and it is more obvious when we pass a train going the other way which is gone in a blink and going through the tunnel. The tunnel, which totals fifty kilometres, goes under the English Channel for thirty kilometres and there is a section of approximately ten kilometres either side of the ...
... put a line through a couple more French foods I wanted to sample. One thing we have noticed in France is the number of people who are carrying fresh bread, obviously bought to take home for lunch/dinner. It's so cool. After our long drive we finally arrived in Paris this afternoon. We are really excited to be here and the city so far has exceeded our expectations. We have enjoyed a cruise on the Siene River which was a great way to get our first glimpse of ...