Grand Hotel Barriere Enghien
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Travel Blogs from Enghien Les Bains
... made on the Eiffel Tower honor French liberty. How appropriate when my maiden name, La Liberte, means "liberty" in French :) For dinner we chose Cafe Trocadero where our outdoor seating graced us with a view of the Eiffel Tower. We patiently waited for nightfall and the twinkling to begin. We enjoyed red wine, French cuisine, Creme Brûlée, and sipped on coffee. Our tired feet shuffled to the nearest Metro station and we headed back to the hotel! Bon soir!! ...
I was up at 5:00am and decided it was the perfect opportunity to take a walk along the Seine. The sun had not even risen yet, but the sky was already turning from an electric blue to (almost) periwinkle. I walked through a very different neighborhood than I had been marching through daily. No swarms of tourists, no noise, actually a pleasing silence and calm. The sparse speckling of people I encountered were luckless souls who had no home to go to, ...
... vat of Borough Turkish Coffee, he got on the horn, and in storm of conversations marred by his Franglais (and, although he will refute this, an occasional butchered Spanish word, and the most "interesting" accent), he accomplished dinner reservations for nights to come. ( Recall the sage advice, " don't shop at the market hungry"? Apparently, the advice needs to expand to include: " dont make dinner reservations when hungry!") That night we would try The Little Cafe, a corner ...
... Mint cream with jelly and a couple of peas on top and then a spoon of cod with tomato both really tasty. Jeff and I had a lobster broth with four roulades of lobster wrapped with cabbage then we both had the lamb with a Parmesan potato purée which was also delicious. We shared a bottle of 2010 Puligny Montrachet and decided to lash out with a 1990 Cos d'Estournel which was a bargain at 300 euro and delicious, drinking beautifully. Dessert was rice pudding with ...
... http://www.bordeaux-wine-tasting-day-t ours.com/en/tours/view/thursday-afterno on-half-a-day-in-saint-emilion-and-pome rol/51/). We'll leave Bordeaux for Barcelona on Friday where I will get to see my friend Kelsey, who is on the LSA there! We'll return to Lyon monday morning! I'll be sure to write many updates along the way!
Revelation of the Week:
I have finally figured out my telephone. There was nothing I disliked in France more than my telephone ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center