Ibis Styles Paris Saint Denis Plaine
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... certainly not least, we went to buy our wine for lunch. Here was a great little wine shop with a huge variety of wines from all over France, but mainly from smaller producers. Our guide spent a good bit of time here explaining the different wine regions of France, and the labelling system etc etc. It was quite interesting. Then we hiked up the hill with a few stops along the way to hear about the history of the area, and arrived at a little park where we ...
... to home, had our last Ricard with ice and water at Mondrian's, bought our last baguette from Paul, returned home and opened our farewell bottle of St. Emilion Bordeaux wine, which we had with the last of the Camembert! There are so many wonderful things about the way they do things here, I believe I shall compile a list. And a list of the menu of wonderful foods we had. A good task for the flight home! And now ... I need to pack :) Alysoun signing off from ...
... of Tuilleries. I sat and ate at an outside cafe. The food tasted so much better than the lamb and sweet potato pie I ate last night and couldn't finish.
I'm sitting on the terrace writing now, and there is a nice breeze. It was hot in the Tuilleries Garden but now it will be a great night for sleeping. I probably won't see the host until tomorrow as apparently she is getting in ...
... and bought up a picnic which we took over to the grassed area in front of the Eiffel Tower! Made a baguette each and had a wine or 2 out of plastic cups in the glorious sunshine - took a while to find a patch of grass there were so many people there, but it didn't matter, we had plenty of fun!
Once again in the evening we had drinkies at Latin St Germain, and then dined at another local restaurant.
... and climbed to the top for a unique view of Paris. Then we went to the Sacre Coeur and Montmartre for fabulous views and artists. We walked forever from Montmartre back to our hotel and hung around our neighborhood for the evening. Tomorrow a shuttle bus picks us up at 4:40 to begin the trip home. It has been a wonderful, unforgettable three weeks! Some things to note: in Europe, people smoke - a lot. You can't escape the cigarette smoke no matter where ...