Ibis Budget Marne La Vallee Val D'Europe
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... helped me to know that I wasn't the only one feeling nervous. Our hotel here (The Adler) is gorgeous. Very spacious room and excellent service. We have booked a table for dinner in the restaurant for tonight. Got to try that cheese fondue! We went for a walk along the riverfront which is just nearby and took loads of photos. Very picturesque here. Then went to a coffee shop and had coffee and pastry. Stephen had apfel (apple) strudel and I had a cherry ...
... apartments sometimes rented by movie stars while in Paris. Due to the cold we took the metro back to our hotel to add a layer or too before our next walk. This was again in the Latin quarter and was about the French Revolution. We were taken to the haunts of the revolutionaries including the oldest cafe in Paris started in 1686, which still has Napoleon's hat which he left behind as he couldn't pay his bill. The cafe was a meeting place ...
While Anjan studied, I got to become a french baker for a day. At La Cuisine, I spent the day learning how to make french baguettes and other tricks of the trade. Besides baguettes we made fougasse (focaccia) and rolls. Anjan ate them ...
... room. There were two doors with codes to enter the building and then door lock had A five barrelled lock. We feel very safe. The we had breakfast down the street (crepe and goats cheese sandwich French style) and I practised my French again - I will be a natural by the end of two weeks for sure but just don't check the le and la! OK! After a short nap we did a walking tour of Montmartre. Since it was raining only ...
... amp; fries for dinner & of course it comes with bread. A cut up French stick eaten plain they don't spread with butter or heat the bread or croissants up like most Aussies do. I wanted to try snails but the price wasn't worth it if I end up only eating one. Grant explained they have a texture like an oyster so I passed, not because I'm chicken, to save Euros for something tasty. Maybe another crepe! And so ends the day, back at the hotel gazing from the window at the Seine & the ...