L'Hotel de l'Ile du Saussay
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... usual crowds were not to be seen. To get to the Post Office you had to enter the Louvre precinct, not merely the attached shopping centre. Much to our surprise, The Louvre does not open on Tuesdays. We had late lunch and returned to our room to get organised for tomorrow's Eurostar trip and the collection of our rental car. One of the things we have noticed in Paris and it's suburbs is how close they park their cars to ...
... directly opposite. When we went around the other side there was a very long line, which we know wasn't there when we circumnavigated the building. So we decided to cut our losses and come back another time. We do usually check if we are on the queue for what we actually want to go to, but the people around us seemed to be French-speaking, so we hadn't got into conversation with anyone, even though Wok had attempted to. Tomorrow being the first Sunday of the month, all ...
... element in Paris they are such Francophiles - Bern is doing really well using her French. We had dinner at a lovely restaurant just down from our hotel. Kate & Bern are off to Strasbourg on TVG in the morning & I'm off to Sydney via ...
... pates with some delicious whites including a magnum of Juracon. Main course was a chicken/potato/fennel/chilli dish baked in the oven with chilli, it was outstanding and only needed a green salad to accompany it. Cheese to follow and then a selection of fruit tarts from the patisserie. Quite a feast. The wines were outstanding but too many to name I remember! Although magnums were the go. It wasn't too late before most turned in although there were a ...
After a wonderful whirlwind four days in Paris where we were blessed with perfect weather we say au revoir to this stunning city and hop on the train to join our cruise in Amsterdam. The journey was great, just like a plane really only on the ground and with wifi. We arrive in Amsterdam clatter our luggage along the cobbled street (and manage not to get hit by a cyclist) to our ...