Ibis Paris Alesia Montparnasse 14eme
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... payment. Seeing this I immediately walked away but it surprised me all the same. I also witnessed a fight break out on the metro, after a German tourist almost right next to me caught a pickpocket stealing his wallet!
My in time Paris was definitely interesting ,and even though it is chaotic at times, I can already say I miss it.
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... into the side of the plane!!! Ummm did you not see the big white thing in front of you? So boarding another plane just have to wait for busses, nope we can stay on this one, hang on no again we need to wait for another plane. Waiting waiting....... onto buses to go to new plane, finally there and on the plane amd on our way. Arrive over an hr late, through the airport tp get our bags and half of them ...
... in the end we had nothing to worry about and we took a table close to the rear of the restaurant and ordered some drinks. Not long after, a slightly overweight and somewhat disheveled man who had obviously been drinking entered the establishment and chose to sit at the table right next to ours, facing Tricia.We attempted to ignore our new neighbour, however soon after his arrival he began to tell us what appeared to be stories from his past ...
... and Cave de Tain for some tasting and wine purchases. The reds are mainly produced from Shiraz grapes and they are magnificent. Our favourite reds proved to be the Saint Joseph (a sub-region of Cote du Rhone) which are medium-bodied, complex and very flavoursome. Another attraction in Tain is the Valrhona chocolate factory and shop. Their products are rated highly for their quality and there is a wide range of ...
Sat down at Le Souffle and perusing the menus, we both decided to indulge in a souffle entree and a souffle main (this place is renown for Souffles for every course). I opted for a normal desert, but Sue went the whole hog and ordered a caramel souffle for desert! Me thinks that is 1 souffle too much!!
Souffles entrees were excellent, Sue had spinach and I had Tomato and Basil....very light, fluffy and plenty of flavour.