Hipotel Paris Nation
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Ao we are waiting for our delayed flight to Budapest in the Cologne airport so trying to catch up on this. Our last day in Paris we went to Versaille. Cool place to walk throgh. Gardens way too big. Booked it out of there to try to catch train to Reims. However, got led around in circles by the rude ticket people so wasnt able to catch it. So chilled and got on ...
... a baguette and almond croissant. Wow, again these were faaaaarr better then anything back home! This was probably the best breakfast of the trip. So soft and flavoursome!
We walked over and got on the big bus tour, that will take us all around the sites. While waiting for the bus, guess who we saw!! Remember old scam mates from the Eiffel Tower? Well now they were next to the Louvre. The exact 5 ...
... till the bus drives off the train at Folkestone and continues to the station to catch the Belmont to London. While waiting for the train we were treated to live music in the waiting room. We were then shown on board and to a table in the restaurant and almost immediately had afternoon tea. Excellent. So much so that we didn't bother with dinner that evening when we got to our hotel at Heathrow.
All in all a wonderful, truly memorable trip. I'll never forget my 65th ...
... saucepan. I had the duck confit & Jeff had a steak, we were starved! We had eaten here two weeks prior with Amelia, she was missed, hear that Amelia? But the bill was much cheaper this time!
Hated that Jeff had to return to Atlanta in the morning, but knew we would be back soon. If only I could find a way to get Bear & Copper safely to Paris, I would move here in a New York minute!
(And of Shakespeare & Company where Sylvia Beach was so kind to him)
On a cold windswept street, this was a warm, cheerful place with a big stove in winter, tables and shelves of books, new books in the window,