Hôtel Balladins Melun - Vert-St-Denis
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... longer but it was only about 100 metres long.
We then went back on the bus to the Opera District for lunch and a quick look through the Galeries Lafayette, a huge shopping centre which was just one shop similar to a Myers store but something like 8 levels high over a couple of streets and full of all the designer labels and everything imaginable. Another gorgeous building with intricate detail everywhere.
We then went back ...
... mixed up (not a mistake you want to make)). We found the Parisians to be friendly and we always got help when we needed it. I can see how this impression of the French is formed though it is no fault of the French. Tourists in Paris - and of course there are a lot of them - can be so elitist and demanding. Few even attempted to speak any French and just assumed that everyone they met spoke English (or Italian in some cases). I do pity the French. The ...
... 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 ...
... almost lost my mom at one point and almost panicked. I found her and told her she couldn't leave my sight for even a second, and this was before I knew how lost a person could get in the Louvre. My advice is simple: Do not go to the Louvre unless you have A LOT of time.
We met up for dinner and had to get out our umbrellas because of the rain. The students seemed to enjoy the rain, so I am glad it rained the last day of our trip. The ...
... of Paris. This was a great option as it gave us more resting time and also gave us glimpses to places we’re now keen to check out later.
It took about 2 hours to do the entire circuit with all the drop offs and pick ups. Once we returned we were all a pit peckish so and some of us were REALLY keen for a coffee so we found a nice Parisienne patisserie and bought 10 mini chocolate croissants and two coffees. The croissants were ...