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Thursday ... Or as the French call it, Juedi. Or as Kylie calls it in French .. Loondy .. I mean Deemunch .. I mean .. Umm .. What does it start with again? Give me a hint. ... Was cooking day. Kylie booked French lessons, so that we could learn French cooking, from the French, surrounded by French people, speaking French, and cooking French, like the French. We arrived at the French cooking school, which is run by Aussies, taught by the English, filled with ...
... the plat du jour in the area. I could eat it every day, but am trying to spread my gastronomic experiences a bit wider. We both had sole and it was lovely. It was quite warm for autumn so we sat outside under the trees. With a wasp.
Our equilibrium restored, we had a wander around and ended up watching a huge wedding group posing for their pictures. Not sure if they were local celebs or what but there were a lot of blokes iin shades and the girls had loads of bling.
... the line of people all heights, colouring and nationalities is moving at a snail's pace and Lucas exclaims he cannot find his passport. He steps out of line and plonks his luggage down in frustration. He is struggling with the crush of people around him while rummaging through his back pack. I anxiously wait in line as it moves slowly forward. What seemed like forever he searches and his passport is nowhere in sight.
Double checking now ...
... red light district' where, as our guide put it, 'ladies of the horizontal trade' could be found in the evenings. (As an interesting side note; when Cathy and I were chatting with her German friend Beatte about our trip and told her we'd done a tour of Hamburg, her first question was "Did you visit the red-light district? -- clearly it's a major draw in the city :)
Though much of the tour was conducted from the bus, we did get to stop, take pictures, and learn a ...
While waiting for a bus we had a lovely iced coffee at a chain of coffee shops which Rachel had mentioned - Espressamente
We were meeting Ali, Rachel's travel companion, for dinner. Ali was meeting us at the Hotel and then we were going to find somewhere to eat. A lot were shut as it was Sunday but Ali had passed a neat looking place on her way to the hotel. We headed to Buvette Gastrotheque and read the small menu - Ali is spending a full year ...