Hotel Lyon Bastille
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... it "looks funny!" So, imagine my shock when a Crepe Nutella was carried by to another table and Gavin shouted, "I want one of those!" Crepe ordered, delivered, and one super picky kid in crepe heaven (two parents smugly happy!)
And, if that wasn't enough to make foodies worldwide heave a sigh of relief, we had not one, but two food breakthroughs! Somehow, the Crepe Nutella in all its gooey richness, wasn't enough to fill Gavin up and he noticed "a ...
... and before and after dinner drinks and even fit in some great food. We did have some great discussions with a Parisian American, one conservative American, two liberal Americans and one from Wales. Everything from politics, English royalty, world wide immigration, French Royal Politicians and soccer. It is so great to discuss the world outside of Utah. So,on the day off I went walking around our neighborhood and up to the Sacre ...
... sure if it was the cold or threat of rain but in we were!! Got fantastic seats - centre and back a bit, we were the first to our table of 4 so sat on stage side for the best vantage point. A waitress opens our bottle of [included] champagne and we settle in mesmerised with the thought that here we are!! No pictures inside but we bought a photo from the seller...we were also immortalised on a box of matches each!! The show was fabulous - costumes good - yes bare ...
... food time, we revisited Cafe du Musee which was where we had enjoyed lunch on Monday near the Louvre. Today it was a matter of sticking with what was known and had worked in the past. In looking at the many street side menus when walking past cafes everyday, which are everywhere, we have found that we are yet to come across another menu that has tomato soup. As Bridget had really enjoyed the soup it was a good choice to make a return visit. The girl remembered us from Monday, even ...
... did have to show them at certain stations or put them through a machine in order to exit. I for sure remember having to do this at the Eiffel Tower stop and I think on the way back from Versailles. Versailles is reached using the RER C line which is a separate train from the Metro and costs a little more, but is the best way to get out there.
Paris is also very walkable, as you know from all of my posts about how many miles ...