Euro Sovereign St Denis Hotel Paris
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... to bring up the gin, champagne, Campari and wine. We had a little wander over to rue des Martyrs to see what new shops had popped up since last time and couldn't resist a delicious looking apricot tart to go with our tea. Tasted as good as it looked. As is the tradition on first night in Paris, dinner at Juvs. Called around and picked up Steph and caught the bus to meet up with Laurence and Tim. The food just keeps getting better. Place was ...
... anyhow. We both went for a walk in the cold this afternoon to the de Champs Élysées just to say we have been there and done that. Ros if anything is a little worse which will make the flight uncomfortable for her. I hope she can improve overnight.
Our holiday effectively concludes tomorrow as we leave Paris tomorrow afternoon and fly to Dubai.
It has been a fabulous,enjoyable and inspiring holiday of ...
... direction) and sat on the sidewalk for an evening aperitif and watched the passing parade before coming home and cookng "paupiette de veau". This is the most exquisite veal stuffed with pork sausage tied in a rosette, bought from the local butcher. Meg cooked it in a mushroom sauce with potatoes and fine green beans.Laurie's new friend Claude sold us an expensive ...
... giving information about the catacombs, such as the fact that they held around 6 million bodies and that the section we were to access covers less than 1/800th of the cities underground network. We travelled single file through dimly lit corridors, reading about the limestone and rocks found that were millions of years old. There was even a miniature town carved into the quarry wall, which was exciting but paled in comparison to ...
Monday 14th July 2014
We woke up to bright sunshine, John went off to bring home the bread (baguettes, croissants and pan au chocolat) and like yesterday a lot of the shops were closed, but John found one open about a mile away. After yesterday's expensive meals and drinks, we took a packed lunch and drink with us and just bought cold water out. We went by Metro to the Champs Elysees to try and see the big parade. The Metro ...