Holiday Inn Paris Versailles Bougival
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... trip). So after the most comfortable and restful night this trip (the advantage of being in a comfy hotel) I was up and ready for an action packed day.... First port of call was coffee. I attempted to ask for a large Americano (which it was they call long blacks here and the UK). I must have made a mockery of their language as the man politely said "takeaway or have here" and read out the cost in English! Pretty much the same thing happened later at lunch, so I won't repeat ...
Here we are.....and I feel baffled. How do they do it? Slept in hair, that may or may not be greying, tousled just so, with a flick.....shirt wrinkled and creased but just right, is it the colour or the shape of the collar, jeans or pant (French for pants) could be wrinkled, doesnt seem to matter....or is it the shoes...yes! Never runners, never thongs, always shoes, leather or suede, brown or black. The women equally ...
... an unsafe situation to be in the midst of. Keep in mind this was only just past 10:00 and we had 13 more hours ahead of us. The main crowds hadn't even arrived yet, but I knew they were on their way. We were in NYC for New Year's Eve this year and the crowds there were more contained and managed that here. I went back to find the girls and we went into the "queue" and I use that term loosely, for Thunder Mountain. The wait time posted was 15 minutes, but it ended up being ...
... meat dish in a sort of soup composed of lamb cheeks and something else very soft like sweet breads. Oh, before that we had a smoked herring with beet root, served on a wooden platter, then was very thin cheese slices with a little pot of jam. We also had rhubarb somewhere along the line and the White Chablis transformed into a delicious red.
What was fascinating was the organisation as there were four waiters, three men and a girl plus ...
... how to make a proper cookie. They are usually thin and hard things I can barely digest but this cookie was amazing. It was soft, buttery and had just enough choco chips. I saved the name of the place just so Andrew can go there when he is in Paris. I know he will appreciate a good Parisian cookie. After a short metro ride we are back home for the night and ready for another adventure tomorrow at the war museum and hopefully Montmartre later in the evening. ...