Ibis Cergy Pontoise Le Port
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... and we did get seated together as did everybody else on very small uncomfortable seats at tables meant for two people but with actually six people seated around them. Really there was less room than the economy class tray on an airline.
The show itself was outstanding, food was less than average, service no better and friendliness of waiters absolutely minimal. No photos were allowed ...
... we bought the guinea hen to cook a la Stephanie Alexander. Since we needed a good quality chicken stock for the recipe we asked the butcher where it might be available. Pas probleme! He gave us a jar from his rotisserie and it is so rich we will not have to reduce it. Spent an hour or so at another local cafe drinking beer and wine watching everyone come home. We have a simple code to give them all a rating: ...
... We were placed at a table in the front row of one of the levels and presented with our 3 bottles of champagne that was included in the ticket price. And...... What a show!!!! Not really what I had expected but it was so entertaining and the costumes and sets were amazing. We toasted the arrival of my birthday and I felt so happy to be able to do this. It was An awesome treat. Needless to say.......I fell into bed about 2am, one very contented and grateful bunny! The depths ...
After we can back from our walking tour we went back to the apartment. Me and dad then went on a walk to the Jewish Quarters and got the best falafel and shawarma that I have ever had I'm my entire life! Then we went back. After we came back we went to Montmartre which is the highest place in Paris. It was very crowded. Next we went to a place called L'Eté'en Pente Douce. ...
... well as look in the shops. After the hour it was time for our French dinner with choices of escargot and french onion soup for entree, french beef stew, duck a'la orange or local fish and finish with dessert and coffee. With a special treat of french singing. After dinner it was time to head back to the ...