Hotel de l'Aveyron
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... Le Relais de Venise. Thanks to Anna and Rick’s great tip and advice, we got there nice and early, and at 6.30 there was already a queue forming! We chatted to an American couple in the queue behind us while we waited for the doors to open at 7pm, and they told us that it was their second visit after coming a few nights before as well. This place must be good!! There is no menu. The menu is entrecote! You just tell them how you want it cooked, and what you want to drink. The house ...
... starting to head towards the train station. I knew it was going to be extremely busy so Marc and I decided to head down to a pub nearby to have a drink. I don’t usually drink beer, but when it’s really warm I do enjoy a Heineken. So I enjoyed my Heineken and Marc, his Leffe.
It was then 18:40 so we started walking towards the train station which was still a little busy but not too bad. We boarded and headed back to our hotel before heading back out to ...
... the way to Brussels. I've never had brioche before, if you haven't tried it, get on it. It's amazing. On the way to Brussels we came across the Sommers Australian war memorial in Villers-Brettonneux. It is a memorial listing 10,773 names of soldiers of the Australian Imperial Force with no known grave who were killed, when Australian forces arrived in France and Belgium and stopped the German movement from heading further west. We both walked away feeling incredibly humble and ...
... and roses are in bloom, so we lingered for awhile to take some pictures.
After a rather disappointing lunch at Le Nemours, a cafe adjacent to the palace's entrance, the girls found some souvenirs and gifts at several shops on rue de Rivoli. Irene also purchased some art prints she liked at a riverside bouquiniste (purveyor of old books and souvenirs) close to the Pont Neuf. Since the weather was so cooperative, on ...
... happening. I'm the only one wanting the tour and they need 3 :(. Lori Kilmer wish you were here to help make up a part of three! So can take on some of Lenny's suggestions or take a hop on hop off bus, do a hop on hop off Seine boat ride or maybe simply rent a bike and cycle Paris for a while.
Dinner salmon, salad and crepe topped with a Bordeaux red. The French sure know how to serve heart attack on a plate! Hard to order!
another wonderful day in Paris!