Hotel Terminus Lyon
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... of it. Would thoroughly recommend it to people who like that sort of thing.
So then I took the 2 metro trains back again. My comfort zone has extended. Not like me to go out for the evening with t shirt, jacket, phone, wallet, keys and train ticket. Oh, and my small I love Paris umbrella fitted in my puffer jacket pocket as well, but it didn't rain much.
Right, last full day in Paris tomorrow and have a few places to visit as well as going out for dinner with Cecile. ...
... overdue! Whilst I'm whinging abut airline people, I have to ask, why does "we've started our descent into Paris, please be seated" trigger a mass of people thinking that is the perfect time to get up and use the toilets? On the topic of airlines though, you can't fault Singapore Airlines. For some reason, when / if you get a meal on Qantas the hot meal is like the surface of the sun, but the pad of butter has been stored in liquid nitrogen. How they manage ...
... was doing a good impersonation of George Benson grooves. He got a euro and I got my tranquility back.
Marianne stopped to buy Macaroons - they really were nice and I took the opportunity to have a glasse ( ice cream). Mine was coffee and not special. Marianne had strawberry. Stopped in a small park to eat macaroons called Square Rene Viviani.
Then stopped for a camembert baguette, marianne had ham and cheese.
... the clouds lifted for only a few hours but it was long enough for me to see plenty of beautiful sights in Paris. We stopped at a Bistro in Paris called Café La Belle Férronnière. It was amazing, the building was built in the late 1800s and the decor was very Parisian. The food was wonderful as well but it was the atmosphere that made the Bistro a place to remember forever.
We then spent the remainder of that afternoon riding around Paris as my new host family explained ...
... love, sealed with the obligatory kiss!! However, I am sure I will be able to test the theory on the occasional day.
We looked for Chloe's lock she had left a few weeks earlier for her an Anthony, but it remained elusive. What a surprise!
Going past the Louvre we thought we would go and take some photos in the courtyard with the pyramid. When we arrived the entry queue was only 20 metres long. I cannot explain this phenomenon but we chose to ...