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... cooked in shiraz and porcini mushrooms, mashed spud, green beans magnum of Cote Rotie Cheese to follow Apple crumble to finish which Steph had made. Everÿone left around midnight which was great! Up not too early on Sunday and Steph around to come for a run with us. She is a recent jogger, having taken it up for a charity breast cancer run. Off down to parc Monceau we went. Good run and feeling good. Just a ...
... and visit the Basilica.
Heading back down hill, we stopped for a quick window shopping visit to La Galleries Lafayette. Back at the Louvre and the lineup and the crowds had disappeared. It is such a huge place so it was not difficult to find galleries that we had not seen with James and Graeme when we were here with them in 2002. We spent 3 hours walking our feet off and then went back to the Auberge Aveyronnaise for another excellent ...
... of Notre Dame made of chocolate, and large cookies, nome of which we tried. So far, Evan has tried the raspberry macaron and the chocolate one as well, which were, of course, the best ever! Once home, we did a bit more lounging and then decided to get Korean take out from the Korean place, Jules et Jim, that is right across the street from our apartment, we have been scoping it out for weeks and it is usually busy, so we took that as a good sign. ...
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... were about, but I do regret not having gone back there and saying: "Yes, I will answer some questions, but I'll be a bit slow at it!".
I took the rest of the day to walk along the Seine and across the Pont Alexander III, which is my favorite bridge. Its huge golden statues on make the bridge a sight to see, even on the cloudiest of days. I searched for my favorite restaurant where Professor Masson had taken me, called "La Rôtisserie d'en Face". It ...