Green Hotels Confort
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... and sugar. But mostly butter. And then we came back down to earth to fully enjoy our treats. Before dinner we went down to watch the activity along the Seine. What a wonderful place for children to play! We saw lots of young families and children of all ages making use of the different areas. They have a jogging path and a half pipe for skateboarders, bikers and rollerbladers and some pull-up bars ...
... key). Now this locksmith was Dutch, arrived smoking a cigar and was angry at me as I couldn't speak any French (the lovely lady living in the apartment building was translating everything to me!) So here we are, Kate still inside with me translating instructions to her and she taking photos on her phone of the lock to send to me (luckily our WIFI was still working) to show the locksmith who was still caught up on the fact that was an Australian who couldn't speak French! ...
... After lunch at a nearby Italian restaurant, we walked over to probably the best viewing area, the Champ de Mars and took lots of pictures of the beautiful icon. For a special anniversary dinner, we enjoyed steak, potatoes au gratin, red wine and traditional French onion soup. For dessert, crepes of course! We are so grateful that we have the opportunity to celebrate this special day in this special city, and most importantly with our two sons. Here's to many more ...
... the stone walls. All very well done. We managed a quick look at 3 floors of one of the museums, out then popped across to the cafe for a coffee but it failed to warm us.
It was around 12 when we headed off to Dijon. It was lucky to avoid major bombing damage during the war. after finding a 3rd world Eco cafe selling soup and finally warming our bones, we had a trot around the old, old city. Earliest sign I saw, was the house has been built ...
... down to catch the No. 67 to our "work" for the day. Lunch was on the Isle Saint Louis and the Bus dropped us off right around the corner and we walked into the restaurant right on time. Very elegant restaurant with a glimpse of the kitchen through a mirrored window. Couldn't work it out at first as the serving hatch was cut out of a mirrored wall through which you could see the chefs working, looked like they were suspended! Very serene ...