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... eat here. We both had the chocroute on Yann ' s recommendation. A plate of 2 sausages and a big slab of cooked ham boiled with potatoes and sauerkraut. Delish. We split a half bottle of rose of course (my new favourite wine) and we had dessert. My French is pretty good but I didn't completely understand the dessert menu so I ordered the dish that said Chantilly cream and hoped for the best. I ended up with a giant profiterole that I had to eat with a spoon! It was tasty. All the ...
... living there. Once we finished with the tree house we spotted the Pirates of the Caribbean ride and as we like that movie we decided to go on it. It was a bit of a long wait but it wasn't too bad. We got into little boats and me and mum sat up the front. The boat went into a dark tunnel and the ride began. It was like going through a pirate port with pirates and gold everywhere you looked. It wasn't scary but there were a few bumps along the ...
... entire length of the Champs Elysees to the Arc de Triomphe. And from there back to our hotel. That was a lot of walking, but an excellent way to really experience the vibe of Paris!
Back in the Rue Cler neighborhood where our hotel is, I picked up a bottle of champagne from a nearby wine shop to celebrate our anniversary with. The hotel provided the ice bucket and flutes and we ...
... which contains the locks that tourists for many years have left. Legend has it if you attach a lock to the fence and throw the key into the river, your wish/or secrets will be safe for a lifetime. Thousands and thousands of locks have been left. We made our way from the bridge to the Latin quarter. A fun place. Cobble stone streets guide your way thru the area. Many shops and cafés. We had dinner which was a beef stew type meal and red wine.
After a quick dinner we moved ...
... phones taking myriads of pictures.
Your sons and daughters impressed us with their negotiation skills, bartering down even the shrewdest of vendours to discount like prices.......(when your mortgage comes for renewal, consider Braeden Shute as your broker!!!).
The very popular district of Montmartre, with ...