Ibis Aulnay Sous Bois
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... back and sat by the pond in the Tuileries where even on a cold cloudy day little boys were sailing boats, and read for a while till I got too cold, then went and mingled with the crowds in Galeries Lafayette to warm up till it was time to meet Amr. Dinner tonight was fabulous as usual there. We now that the servings are massive, and shared an entree and a main - and a dessert. The calf's liver was ...
... station, that's like downtown so there are a lot of people and a lot of congestion. I like to avoid the downtown area. I'm also certain that I wouldn't be able to find my way back if I started walking around downtown. My sense of direction really is terrible. So, instead I'm working on my tan and using my computer instead of sitting inside and using my computer. There's a huge difference here.
I'm on a role today. When Rapha got home from school I got him to read with me, ...
... pastry treats we also sampled all three versions of Eclair they sell (vanilla, chocolate and pistachio), traditional butter croissants, chocolate tartes and lemon tartes. Tammy even got a fresh fruit bowl one morning. This is what French pastry is all about and the aroma of the freshly baking breads and other treats when we'd walk by was simply intoxicating. I'm glad we did a lot of walking this past week as I think I had enough carbs to power the entire ...
... The gardens themselves were absolutely stunning (as you can see in the pictures.) What I think struck me the most was Monet's love of art though. His parents were well off grocery store owners, and he was the black sheep who decided to become *gasp* an artist. But he didn't have any money, so he built the first part of his gardens himself (admittedly that part was not the most impressive part of giverny...) but when he started to become more well known, what did he do with ...
... content. Whilst having breakfast at our hotel we bumped into Manu from Masterchef and many loud Americans here on a tour. Hilarious to hear them next to the French. There are quite a few homeless who have their dogs living with them on the streets. Naturally we stopped nearly everyone with a dog for a pat and cuddle. Overall the French have been very welcoming and my old school French has ...