Formule 1 Flins les Mureaux
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... are the final resting place for 6 million souls, originally buried in several cemetaries around Paris, moved 1780's to 1870's. We walked through underground passages, dimly lit, through rooms and rooms of artfully-arranged skulls and bones. Not my idea of a fun place it visit, but Lyric liked it, I guess, and took lots ...
... to make it to Notre Dame however, after coming across the saint Michel fountain. Luckily there was very little tourists at that time of the week so we were able to see the cathedral without being stuck in lines. It was a beautiful place to start our tour of Paris. From there we hopped on the tour bus and headed out to see more of Paris. We stopped at emplanade des invalides, an awesome building with cannons surrounding it. From there ...
We continue our climb to the 2nd floor viewing deck, where we are beginning to see less and less of Paris. But it's also getting dark - which means as we are riding the elevator up to the top level, the lights come on and all off a sudden, a once dark and foggy tower is now glowing as though it were the sun itself. Funnily, the fog holds in all the light at the top of the tower, so we feel ...
... Iberico ham, with toast covered w miniscule cubes of tomato
Ravioli of langoustine and truffle sauce
Shredded pigs foot (Pied a Cochon) made into a croquette on a bed of mustard sauce
Warm passionfruit souffle with passionfruit sorbet,
Roasted aubergine with zucchini, mozzarella and roast red pepper
Soup of roast chestnut w tiny morsels of celery and smoked bacon
Le Hamburger - a pair of ...
... the Eiffel Tower but can see the Eiffel. Was overcast, so probably not the best pictures, but was interesting to use our map and look for landmarks and our hotel from our birds eye view.
We picked up some mini quiches at a bakery and had a picnic in Luxembourg Gardens which were created in 1612 by Marie de'Medici. The Palace is now seat of government surrounded by sixty acres of beautiful gardens and statues. Really ...