Hotel du Boeuf Couronne
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Menu dégustation à 60Chf. Divin ! Produits frais, et de tès bonne qualité. Service impeccable, ambiance bistrot mais assiette soigné. Une excellente adresse !
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... streets past the bent out of shape buildings. We passed another church on the way and I had a lesson on the impressive side supports! When we reached the cathedral (Notre-Dame, 12th century), we were blown away. Look it up on the tinterweb for better pictures than mine but it was spectacular. I went in first whilst Jon stayed outside with Prego and he was happy to just look at the photos rather than go in but I persuaded him he had to go for ...
... I've had so far. My feet are sore today. Luckily it's only half a day of walking and we start off on grass which is much softer. We sang nursery rhymes during the last hour to keep us going. I can't believe it has come to this. We are all exhausted and it's the only thing making us laugh and keeping us moving. We arrive at Notre-Dame Chartres where there is a Mass for everyone. We collect our ...
... heures?" "Oui, madame!"; he understood me!), and then walked down the block to the Montparnasse cemetery. It's not as large as the one at Montmartre, but it's still a lovely and relaxing place (to the extent a big yard full of dead people can be relaxing). I didn't really feel like taking photos, but I took some of a few interesting graves. One has a glass and metal sculpture of a bird (it's kind of unsettling, actually) and an inscription that begins "To my friend ...
... back to the hostel showed interesting characters - especially by Moulin Rouge. After packing for tomorrow, I ventured out in Montmartre as the streets are really lively with friendly laughter. I bought a crepe from a French gentlemen that makes it right in front of you. I am not sure of its French name - and I definitely butchered it in ordering - but it was a crepe with butter, salt and caramel - decadent, What a way to end a night in Paris...off to the Northern part of ...
... I have no internet. I try the French couple parked next to us. They fiddle about with it, but, seem to think it has not worked.
I cycle the 2 miles back down the road to McDonalds, to use their Wifi to do my essential banking transaction.
When I get back, I fiddle around some more with the Orange SIM card, suddenly, it works, problem is, I do not know what I did to make it work!
Turns out, that was a false alarm, still not working!