L'Hotel de l'Ile du Saussay
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... curved along the street. As one photo shows the main structure was timber which suffers dry rot and the whole suburb was built on an old swamp which has caused serious subsidence and many repairs over the years. Meg has lost interest in this subject and wants me to tell you that after vacuuming, mopping and general household chores, we went to Marche Aligre to refill the wines and had the most classy and well presented lunch in what looked like a run of the ...
... Jim Morrison and Oscar Wilde. The place did not look quite what we expected - there were trees but very little grass. Family plots were more like little chapels or houses, or concrete or marble rectangles. People of all nationalities are buried there and some quite recently so the place is still being used in spite of very strict regulations to get in. Joanne read to us from the book, information about each person - we learned ...
... new how to make a statement! The self-guided tour took us to all the famous parts except the lake underneath - is it really there? We saw Box Number 5 which was the box that the Phantom used but we didn't see him!
After that we wandered home for a quiet evening, ready for another early start tomorrow.
TD has obviously been enjoying the local life of the Opera district and has stayed pretty close to ...
We got adventurous after a few french language lessons from Donovan and went to a French restaurant. I had French onion soup and Don tried snails. It was such a lovely restaurant and the French wine was delish. In the morning we had a little sleep in and with intrepidation went down the steps to the Metro. After a few stumbles with purchasing a ticket we were on our way. Only €21 for an all day unlimited ticket for 2 people. The ...
... bold statement! We started with sharing an appetizer of escargot, which were in a tomato and pepper dish. It actually wasn't bad! The slippery texture wasn't my favorite, but in between remembering I was eating snail it tasted okay! Next was my main dish, which I hate myself for forgetting the name of it (but it's okay because we're going back in April). It was sliced potatoes, like how they're sliced in potatoes au gratin, in layers of melted brie-ish cheese, with prosciutto on ...