Hotel Exe Paris Centre
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... the way there Ann asked at the Spanish restaurant and guess what they had a table. We ate there; ordering three types of tapas. Melody ordered meat balls, Ann a Prawn dish and Dave a chicken dish. We shared them with bread and it was quite enough. The restaurant was called La Bodega Cambronne and we would go back there again.
We went back to the apartment and decided it was time to go to bed as we have an early start tomorrow. Melody needs to be up at ...
... the tower 3 times (4 maybe?) but the beaut that she is still came with me. I felt like a little kid, literally screaming. I have no idea why it excited me so much, walking around a rusty tower in the ******* rain, but it is SO PRETTY. Why does no one like the Eiffel Tower?? I feel like it's so underrated. I thought it was epic. But it was seriously raining. So after I had had my Japanese moment at the top of the tower, I grabbed the now ...
... chatting around the table for a while. Waited for rain to stop then went out to tea, had a walk around the Louvre area then back here for a cuppa, now off to bed. Will get our cases packed in the morning as being picked up by taxi at 10.30, we will drop them off at the Hotel where we are staying on Sunday night (start of tour), & then go a wandering. At least this time we can book in at 2pm which will be good. Dad looking at a taxi as was not a ...
... we discovered very early on is far superior to the rest. The baguettes are magical - the perfect blend of softness, flavor, body and crunch. The deserts are out of this world. Our fondest memories of the neighborhood will include the time spent picking up baguette or a special treat for the family on the weekend or while walking home from work.
The neighborhood parks: We’ve observed that the city of Paris has done an amazing job at squeezing in kiddy parks ...
... to get off at Notre Dame and stroll around Montebello for a bit. Here we found Shakespeare & Company, a famous hangout of Gertrude Stein, Hemingway, and Fitzgerald. After strolling around the bookshop and glancing at first additions for an hour, we made our way next door to Le Petit Cafe for a little lunch. We both had sandwiches, which were tasty, but I had a very large glass of Bordeaux with my meal. So worth it.
After lunch, we strolled over ...