HotelF1 Bretigny Sur Orge
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Okay so I am a little late with
this post, but school has been keeping me busy! For my second travel weekend I
left on Thursday night with Jessie for Paris! It was a weekend with just the
two of us, which ended up being kind of nice traveling in a smaller group,
especially in Paris with so many sights to see! We arrived late Thursday night
and had an interesting encounter with a man on the metro. He had had a few (or a ton) too ...
A very quiet day of laundry, study, a visit to the winebar and at home a pasta with aubergines and a little chilli. Online we found the process of buying tickets on the TGV from Milan to Rome, quiet business class, very simple and cheap. We paid €98 for two on 9th January and the train takes three hours ...
... fish and watch the model boats in the lake. A jambon sandwich avec fromage each for lunch while we watched the people pass by and we were ready to go. We walked down towards the Seine and found our way to Notre Dame. The kids were very impressed with a bridge there, completely covered in locks. I think you can even buy them engraved at the stalls nearby. One day soon the tourist boats will run aground on the riffle of keys that must be building up on the ...
... dinner in the square. We ended up having dinner overlooking the Luxembourg gardens and then after which we strolled through it. We finished the nite with a drink at our new local and got a showing from the local loopy lady who flashed. Luckily it was tops and not bottom. It's actually quite sad really. All in all it was an awesome day! As I type it's currently 7pm the sun is streaming and I'm sitting on the top of a hop on hop off bus after a quick stop for ...
... asked about reservations. He said he could fit us in at 7:15, so we walked to a nearby park and enjoyed a view of the Eiffel Tower until then. The bistro was small, holding only 22 seats, and had a two-man open kitchen. It is owned by a former surgeon, who was there and greeted and checked in on everyone. Our amuse bouche was foie gras on pieces of bread, which Evan loved. Then, to start we had Burgundy escargot with asparagus and foie fras terrine with ...