Grand Hotel Barriere Enghien
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... helmets, chain mail, épées. There was one room dedicated to Mary and the Six Senses. In the states, we have only 5 senses, so I was very intrigued. It turns out that there are 6 tapestries, the sixth is 'My Sole Desire.' Uhhhhhh, okay? All the tapestries were of Mary, tasting something, playing a harp, etc, surrounded ...
We had a relatively calm day today. We wandered up the canal to Parc Villette in the morning. It is meant to have multiple areas to the park - balancing area, nature gardens etc. the park seems in reality to have a lot of large structures that are a bit old and unused. So we found a grassy area and Caleb played some 'insert your guess here'. En route to Parc Des Buttes Chaumont, we stopped in to have goldilocks hair cut so he would not be as hot in Morocco. We are ...
... We went in the church and again I had the opportunity to light candles for two dear friends who have recently passed away. I was unable to attend their funerals so this sort of made up for that. However, as beautiful as it was, we all agreed that the little basilica in Bruges, called the Basilica of the Holy Blood, was more moving though not as grand.
We took a little touristy train which explained things as we went. But I need ...
... a metal bridge that looks like it is a solid gold bridge from far away at a glance because it is made of locks. Couples place a pad lock onto the bidge with their names and the date written onto the locks. It is supposed to bring the couples good luck and keep the man safe to come home. At dinner, I had my first ever glass of champagne! Afterwards we got espresso to drink while we walk to the chocolate shop that is on the way to ...
... this with 8 Bordeaux and surrounds and I threw in my 2012 Cab as a comparison. Again vintages ranging from 2012, 2009 and 2006. Nothing really took my fancy, maybe a 2006 Chateau Villars. We then settled in for lunch. Steph came down and Tim had invited Drew (owns a restaurant called Fish) and Ron. First up a dish of house terrine, cornichons and bread as per la Regalade which is where Romain trained although I thought better than last ...