Grand Hotel Barriere Enghien
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... this became eight and two kids with someone else Tim had invited. We both just had one plate each. Cod with gnocchi, clams and leeks for me and black pig for Jeff. Of course plenty of vino. A couple of bottles of white and a magnum of Provence. Both Jeff and I went easy. Still things to do! Walked Back home, took dry cleaning in, posted some documents and back home for a cuppa. A visit from our neighbours below, and thankfully they didn't ...
... in an email as requested, rather than using online booking. For this inconvenience we were charged another tax. Luckily, this city is MUCH nicer than Paris. We caught a bus to the last day of their city fair, which included large food and wine stalls from all around the region, camping and caravan displays, live music, garden and plant expos and more. It was HUGE!!! The cheese, wine and odd looking meats were hugely popular, but all still WAY out of ...
Today we headed out to get photos of the beautiful Easter displays at the famous Fauchon gourmet shop. We took the metro to the Madeleine station & found the store right away. Couldn't believe what we saw, nothing! No Easter displays in the window, just a pink box filled with chocolates. Maybe there was a grand display inside, no, not one in the store, either. The store was very upscale and for serious foodies NOT on a budget!
... is stamped without much fanfare or recognition (dammit) that this is my first visit to Paris!!! Through Customs I am now in the airports general population, I walk around trying to figure out where I'm going, and how to catch the train into the city - I get asked (twice) in French for money... I am convinced that my black ensemble and scarf makes me that I look like ...
... door with a knob in the middle, dark and dank entrance hall, dusty wood floors, long past their prime, dirty white walls, and five flights of ill-maintained stairs up without elevator. Marching up the innumerable stairs, i find it strangely attractive nonetheless. The flat itself is large by Paris standards, and like most lodging of its age, seems laid out with little or no regard for practical or ergonomic concerns. It is seven and a half rooms of irregular measurement, and ...
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