Balladins Gennevilliers Superior
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... no salads though! They also had gluten free macarons, which were almost the highlight of my day if I'm being honest. After buying one I came back for three and wish I'd bought ten even as I felt my jeans getting a lot tighter. After that I took a photo of the metro stop so I'd always know where to come. My next adventure beat the macarons, only because we finally climbed up the Eiffel Tower. The amount of people who'd told me l'Arc de Triomphe has a better view, and you can't ...
... from a local cafe, veal piccata with linguini, and headed back to the room. By this time it was definitely nap time. The adrenaline from the night before had taken it’s toll and knocked Erik and me out! We slept from 2:00 to 5:30, and felt refreshed when we woke up. We walked the streets of Montmarte (the cool little city we stayed in) and went to a restaurant for dinner. We had a couple beers (nothing better to cure a little hangover!) and french onion soup (our fav!) ...
... Off to the Arc De Triomph for further views of the main thoroughfares, how do the Parisians negotiate that round about, it is an art that I am not ready for.
After that was the Musee De Orsay. This museum specialises in impressionist works. It was again stunning. We were again shattered with sore legs. We all decided to follow interests with Ben, in a delirium dragging himself to a few ...
... for us to use. Feeling as if we were part of some Mission Impossible adventure we flew down the platform stairs and I'm sure we even commando rolled our way onto the train, the doors closing within a whisker of us (ok maybe it wasn't that dramatic but it sure felt that way.) Everyone in the carriage noticed our grand entrance watching as we desperately tried to work out if we really were on the right train. Follow commuters came to our aid asking us where ...
... many old Tiki bar drink menus which were quite amusing! By the time we left the museum it was around 5:45. I suggested going out for dinner and our guidebook said that Firmin le Barbier was its top choice in the 16th/7th as the area is highly residential. Anyway, we wandered over to it and discovered that it didn't open until 7. We weren't entirely sure if we'd be able to get a table and so while we bumbled around on the internet, a waiter came outside ...