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... with a topping of foie gras, and a smoky tomato sauce on the side for dipping the fries into
Cheese, sour cherry conserve and nut bread
We were last to leave the lunch sitting, lurched up the road to the metro and got off at the bottom of Montmartre, and then walked lunch off by walking right around the bottom of the hill. Took a couple of hours, through v interesting and colorful neighbourhoods.
... bit. We walked by Notre Dame, the Pont des Arts (lovers’ bridge), wandered through the Latin Quarter, walked by the Pantheon, made a short visit to the Luxembourg Gardens, and ended up by the Louvre. Fun fact for those of you who have read Les MisÚrables or seen the movie: the Luxembourg Gardens are where Cosette and Marius meet for the first time. In reality, the palace and gardens were built in the 1600s, under Marie de’ ...
... spotted another potential pick pocket! We were so tired we decided to go to the Restaurant Monsieur McDonald tonight (for our first time). Andy did the blog yesterday and was very kind to me in the blog in that she missed out what happened when we went looking for breakfast. We went into this cafe and I asked what we could get for breakfast. The girl behind the counter said she didn't understand me and asked if I could speak German, Norwegian, or .........English! Ka kite ...
... just a moment, we can only stand and stare, hardly believing that we're actually standing in Paris, close enough to this lacy metal landmark to see the people on the observation deck! But, within seconds, we are descended upon by throngs of dark-skinned souvenir sellers, who encircle our group, making it almost impossible to get away. It's a bit unnerving and we're swatting at them like at a horde of hungry mosquitoes! They are merciless! So, we keep ...
On Friday morning at 11am I bought a ham and salad filled bagette at the local breadshop by the metro station ( to save me trying to find one for lunch later in town) and headed off to check out where the Louvre was and walk from there as far as I could in a couple of hours to see what I could see.
I saw a lot and took so many photos that I had to cut this blog into two parts.
I have already come to the conclusion that there is no ...