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Travel Blogs from Clichy
... before her beheading was Marie- Antoinette.
Within the palace we saw the Grand Apartments,Galerie des Glaces (hall of mirrors)
The Antoinette garden area is composed not only of the garden but two separate palaces called the Grand Trianon and the Petit Trianon. These 2 Palaces are being restored to their previous glorious states.
The gardens were laid out in 1616. They have groves of trees, statues, fountains, and pools, there ...
... Had a great catch up dinner with our nephew Strath at Le Bistrot du 7eme. Strath was in Paris for work and had wanted to try this bistro as it had good Trip Advisor reviews.
*On another day, we walked to Rue de Babylone and enjoyed a great coffee at Coutume, which is Australian ...
We arrived at 9.00am after a 45 minute taxi trip on a busy road that the driver said was caused by holiday's. Fabienne was there to great us and it was lovely to see her again after 3 years. We settled in then went shopping for groceries, cheese, wine and a baggette for Sofie. Enjoyed walking ...
... Tower and after overlooking Paris from the second level we decide to head for the summit.
The next day Michael & I catch up with my niece Alison and her boyfriend, Jerome who live in Paris, for a Parisian local lunch experience in Montmartre. Jerome having grown up in the area, took us for our own private tour of the area and we enjoyed a great day strolling through the streets and learning about its once famous residents.
... miracles do happen!
A traditional Greek meal ... not
Back at our hotel we rested and eventually went out to dinner to a “Greek restaurant” for €10 each. Doug had Yatsiki and I had Dolmades with salad - his Yatsiki was the best I’ve tasted and my Dolmades weren’t bad, not the best I’ve had but OK.
We both had Calamari – very tender but the batter tasted a little different - I thought the ...