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... at customs and they let him back into the country!!! Coffee at Telescope and the around to a wine shop to try and find some Alsace Riesling. Couldn't believe it, nothing so onwards we trekked over to Madeleine and Lavinia wine store where we had success with a couple of bottles and a couple of Rhinegau Rieslings as well. Feeling a bit peckish by then so headed on to Printemps and the brassserie under the beautiful stained glass dome. ...
... boring but their gardens were fantastic. If I ever find an Apple dealer, prepare for a lot of photos of flowers. After that, we went for lunch in another, nearby village called Fourges. The restaurant was an old water mill, which was gorgeous. The food was quite good, included in the tour price. All the other English speaking tours seemed to be there as well. We had a starter of lentils, creme fraiche and smoked halibut. It was quite delicious, ...
... a lovely riverboat ride. The sun was out and it each great way for Max to get a feel of the city. We all had great fun picking up some retro French prints and the little ones spent a lovely hour playing in Jardins de Tuilleries . This evening Charles and the three eldest have a timed ticket to go up the Eifel Tower. It should be the perfect way to round up a great day in ...
We all woke up about 10ish and had a bite to eat at home and then headed out about lunch time to drop Jess off and get some lunch. We headed into nuits at George and settled on a quick bite at the local kebap shop before our wine tasting. The wine tasting was soo cool we had a great host and we visited the oldest cellar which was really interesting. We got to try 1st cru and grand cru and learned more about smelling and tasting wines. After the wine tour ...
... the Bible. Paris has turned an abandoned stretch of an abandoned elevated train track into a beautiful elevated park, filled with plantings, benches and a path extending from the Bastille to the eastern outskirts of the city. This "rails to trails" venture may be only one which is above ground. (The ground level has galleries and shops nestled between the stone arches; that will be another ...