De Vigny Hotel
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And a market! We started our day by walking to the Batignolles Market, an open air Saturday market that is all organic produce and products, including pastas. Most of what we saw was for 'future considerations' but we did buy some mushrooms, mango and lovely vine tomatoes. Then we trudged through the streets looking for the indoor market anticipating something like in Florence. We finally had to use google maps - made the data plan we got worth it right there- but were disappointed ...
... houses on Oxford street , Piccadilly Circus and the government houses with Big Ben chiming on the hour. We jumped on a river cruise which took us to the Tower of London with the iconic Tower Bridge which I always thought was London Bridge. We met some hugely friendly Australians, some rather somber Germans, Italians who complained about all the rain in Venice( uh ...
... do it anyway. Before I left Melbourne I had said the first thing I buy is going to be a Crepe Nutella, which I did as soon as I left the Musee D'Orsay. And boy was it delicious. Following the crepe I noticed a building that I had not earlier. It looked pretty interesting so I wandered over. It turned out to be the Musée de la Légion d'honneur. The history of the Legion of Honour that was started by Emperor Napoleon. It was ...
... which were in most of the rooms. Even the kitchens were amazing and included their own butchery and had rows of gleaming copper pans on the walls. Apparently the merchants pulled up by the kitchen in their boats to unload their produce. On the way to our accommodation for that night we called in to a small village that was home to a chateau that features in three of the TinTin books. Needless to say the gift shop which was superior in terms of its ...
... France was. Anything could happen here. Things did not always work out here the way they were supposed to, but they managed to work out. The French are experts at letting every situation be what it is, instead of worrying so much about what it should be. This was a lesson that I did not fully process until I left the country the last time. This time, I knew that I had less than 3 days to enjoy the city, so I would make it count. I did not have much of an itinerary. I ...