Hotel Terminus Vaugirard
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... do and it looks like they are trying to improve the area but it has not worked yet. We had lunch at a very nice place which was a bit of a surprise. Melody had a pizza, Dave had the Salmon penne and Ann had a blue cheese nut penne. We then caught a cab to Lafayette gallery; a massive store in the heart of Paris. Dave needed to buy some pants so we can go to the Moulin Rouge tomorrow night. The shop was very crowded with people lining up to get to ...
... a job. She's, in fact, so good at identify, classifying, and appraising engravings that she is the official engraving specialist of the French government; whenever the French engraving world is in crisis, Sylvie comes to offer her incisive expertise.
Hubert is a mystery. He's approximately 26, never speaks, and is interning somewhere. From what I can tell, he's sleeping at his girlfriend's most nights and trying desperately to find an apartment of his own. ...
... who know him know what this is! But I am being careful not to mention products since that is banned on the blog).
Oh boy I'm so glad we went to this place. Despite initial reservations (since we were the only customers and the strange decor); how a simple meal of chicken, mashed potatoes and vegetables could taste so good is beyond me! I suspect it has something to do with the amount of cream and butter used in the sauce etc, but it was ...
... dinner. With several choices for each of four courses we were brave and tried snails and frogs legs before enjoying Beef Burgundy.
... buying the boots (50% off I couldn’t leave them there!) the sales lady told us about the massacre that had occurred earlier that day, she did not know much but said, told us not to worry it was down near the Bastille Monument…it was only later that we realised we had been walking right near there during the time of the shooting. Like any big city there are often sirens and police cars but little did we know they ...