Hipotel Paris Nation
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... up more than a week with sight-seeing, eating and wandering through the historic streets.
We flew into Paris very early on Friday morning. Conor's good friends from his time in France a couple years ago live in Paris. We had hoped to spend the weekend exploring with them, but we didn't plan far enough ahead and they already had a weekend trip to Normandy planned. They were generous enough to let us stay in their flat despite them being out of town. Immediately after landing ...
... 2 star Michelin restaurant, Joel Robuchon, for a ten course degustation menu. The restaurant was dimly lit and decorated with glossy black surfaces and touches of red and silver. We sat at high benches around the kitchen, where the chefs, all dressed in black, prepared the meal. The courses were all superb but my favourite was a chestnut soup with bacon and black truffles and Peter’s was the dessert of ...
... br> something wrong at the station and that we would have to walk to the next stop.
That was several miles through the town we were in which wasn’t too bad. Once
we got to the next station there was no train that went directly back to our
origination point. We had to take one to a central station and then figure out
how to catch a local subway back to our place. This was no easy task and proved
difficult but we finally made it back. ...
... trip. Lots of tasty sounding options – very cheap 3 courses – but sadly the food was pretty average. Onion soup to start (over cheesed and underseasoned); boeuf bourguignon (not bad) and tarte aux pommes (tasty but sad quality of pastry and a bit skimpy of the filling).
Le Bon Marche (gourmet food hall) – AMAZING. Sculpted sugar cubes anyone? Very tasty looking almond croissant purchased for Mitch, and very tasty croissant 'ordinaire’ ...
... but was bloody awful at the time! Note to self... Let mum take pictures. Don't force walking at the same time. Right wine at Cafe Jules then a wonder around the round about and into the market for some breakfast goodies. Mums a classic. Let's find a Parisian, ask them if they speak English, and when they say a little, ask for..... Sunflowers. Oh yeah! Totally common English word?! :/ lolol. Hence to say we ...