Hotel Residence Les Halles
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... complicated affairs with all sorts of ingredients, and all I wanted was the sausage, a bun, and some fried onion. I spent 10 minutes practicing how to say in French "I just want the sausage, and some onion" before finally diving in to ask the guy making them. I launched into my best French accent and was halfway through when the guy interrupts and says in perfect English "you want the classic? Sausage and some onion?" .. Umm, yeah. Thanks mate. I then accidentally added ...
... Beautiful gardens (more ideas for Max!), the village and smaller country manors within the palace grounds filled our day. Unfortunately it started to rain quite heavily after lunch which meant that we didn't promenade through the gardens as much as we wanted but it was still good.
Our last full day in Paris was allocated to visiting the Louvre. Got there reasonably early and had purchased our tickets the day before so pretty much ...
Finished the day with the show at St.Chappelle. This is a usual haunt of ours. A baroque evening with 1 violin, 1 recorder and a harpsichord playing a number of pieces in the most magnificent setting - the St.Chappelle church.
Sue and I enjoyed the concert and on the way home, we diverged along the Seine for a stroll and a few late evening photos of the Eiffel Tower etc.
Good bye Paris....be back soon.
... other 3 fast asleep, they are missing some great countryside, rolling green hills, sheep, cattle, farmhouses and the odd castle. Anyway till later. Guy Arrived at our two bedroom unit in Montmartre, only a couple of metres away from the Sacre-Coeur. Taxi to get here was an experience the taxi driver lady had no idea of where our flat was, so map boy had to sit in ...
... again and saw The Opera, The Cathedral at Notre Dame (wanted to go in, but you guessed it...the line was way too long!) We saw the Bastille, the prison the mob stormed it during the French Revolution...you remember, Charles Dickens', "A Tale of Two Cities." I guess it was the best of times (being in Paris) and the worst of times (not being able to get into a single museum) for us today. We saw the National Library, The Grand Palace and the Piti ...