Hotel Premiere Classe Paris Ouest - Gennevilliers Barbanniers
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... told to be there at 6.30 and Caroline arrived at 8!!!! Delicious crostini topped with smoked ricotta, Tuscan chicken liver pate, butter/anchovy (that's the Heard foundation tick!) then his great charcuterie plates and burrata with prosciutto. Finished about 10 then the oldies went back to Stephs for a nourishing and welcome spay Bol. Everyone had put money into an online kitty for Caroline to take a trip to Vietnam. A good idea and she gets what she ...
... them sticking their hands in people's pockets. They weren't even good at it, for Christ's sake. Anyway, they came back down with a couple more boys when it was mine turn to go up. I was with a whole group of Italians who knew exactly what they were up to and were telling each other to watch their stuff. One of the boys next to me kept trying to put his hand in my pockets, which were empty anyway, and even though I was staring at him, he kept it up. So, I punched him in ...
... rapidly. A magnificent space but hard to find the reverence that the others had as it was so full of people. The Rose windows were beautiful but St Chapelle's to me, were outstanding. Then on in the rain to find the gardens at the side and back of Notre Dame. Prettier than I remembered. Across the Seine and back to Shakespeare and Company. ...
... one of them in the cupboard at home! Sat in a fountain near the St Michel Metro station, and had a photo taken with a living statue of Napoleon, and just generally watched the world go by for a while. It was nice to have a little bit of down time after our mad cap few days (and plenty more to come no doubt). We all sat in the cool hotel lobby for a bit of a rest, and played a game where we pretended the Jaffes ...
On Friday we decided on a whole day visit to the Palace of Versailles. This is where lots of Kings called Louis have lived including number 16 who, along with his wife Marie Antoinette got their heads chopped off by the French Revolutionaries. We were not alone however. About 20 tour bus loads, countless car loads and several train loads of people had decided to do the same. We quickly realised that the only way to get in was to stand in a snake like queue for about 3 hours. Just when ...