Hotel de la cite Rougemont
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... white, one red, and then as many of the dessert wines as we could. My very favorite was this amazing (expensive) dessert wine at 8 euros a taste, and for the life of me I can't remember its name. Maybe we'll just have to go back...
For fun, we also got a little dessert plate that had amazing brownies, macarons, and raspberry madeleines. This place is definitely, definitely worth a try and I just might have to return.
... where the likes of Ernest Hemingway used to stay. We saw a few other churches in the Latin Quarter before heading to lunch. We ordered "Escalope de Volailles aux Champignons" (chicken with mushrooms). The waiter decided that I spoke the most French so he directed conversation to me. That was fun! The white cream sauce on the chicken was phenomenal. After lunch, we headed to Montparnesse Tower, the tallest building in Paris - 59 floors. ...
... the magic of reflected light, weeping willows and water-lilies. We managed with patience to get some people free photos, Somewhat weary after such a big day we decided to go quickly out to dinner when we returned and found an Italian restaurant close by. In true Parisian style, we were given plenty of time to choose and eat our meal before being shown the desert menu. We were somewhat shocked that it was after 11pm when we ...
... the twinkling light show at 10pm. We were glad we did because it was really gorgeous and worth seeing, a fitting end to our Paris stay. Dinner was in a restaurant near the Trocadero, not cheap but not much is in Paris. We had a French Poodle for company, pretty cute in France. Hopped the Metro cause our little legs wouldn't walk anymore. We'd done 24,000 steps, 18kms so fair enough. We were a little dubious about going down into the underground at ...
... on the merry-go-around that operates at street level. Dee and I both commented on how many times during this trip we've witnessed Japanese, or perhaps Chinese, couples being photographed, not only in Paris, but in Rome and Florence as well.
We made it back to our apartment by around 4 o'clock or so, and started the depressing chore of packing and preparing for our flight back to Florida tomorrow morning. Our ...