HotelF1 Bretigny Sur Orge
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... feel very spoilt. The Concierge recommended a little Trattoria around the corner, literally, it was fantastic, I had the best burrata, so creamy, that I have ever had, then a pasta with prawns and mussels, just delicious, Laurie had plate envy! (Thanks for that one Simon) He had puree di fava and linguine a poveretta (little poor girl) accompanied of course by a bottle of ...
... that he would leave his glasses or watch as security, and then he said he would swear on the Torah, I told him that this place is scam city and his story sounded like a scam and left him to start walking to his accommodation. The walk up the inside of the Arc de Triumph is the longest spiral staircase I have ever negotiated. The seat at the top was most welcome. It was amazing looking back down through the staircase once we had reached the top. The view from the top of the Arc ...
... got the 3 trains home and had some solid talking time, we had always had a lot in common so the conversation was easy. When we got back to the apartment we headed inside and immediately got onto Facebook, thankfully seeing a message from Ellie-Mae saying that they were at the cafe around the corner. We waited with anticipation for them to get back to the apartment, more than a little worried that they would be angry with us for the whole mix up. Funnily enough they had had the exact ...
After an another afternoon nap we headed to the Eiffel Tower to meet up with the kiwis for a picnic as the sun set behind us. We acted like Parisians and bought a bottle of Wine and some cheese, although we forgot glasses so we just drank from the bottle. It was the kind of night me and Stace needed as we were both feeling a little jaded and home sick. So to experience such a wonderful attraction with good friends meant we both went ...
... few days events so that took up some time. It was fairly uneventful crossing the channel. The bus drove onto a big train with separate carriages and the train drove through the tunnel underneath the channel. It took about 30 minutes to cross.
It was nice driving through the countryside of France towards Paris. I did try dozing once I'd finished typing but I don't know why I kept trying as it wasn't working. You know when you lean your head against the window and it ...