Ibis Paris Xeme Lafayette
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... back immediately. Next we went to what we would call a deli, which had a cured meat section and ready made foods, like terrines. We purchased a portion of rabbit pie and duck butter, which is like pulled duck mixed with duck fat and frois gras. On to the fromagerie, where she explained what to ask for if for instance you wanted to buy a Brie to eat that day or next week. Several cheeses were purchased, including a week old ...
... by the Republic plaza and statue. There were still messages remembering the tragedy at Charlie Hebdo.
Not far away,we found a local market with eateries that smelt good. We feasted there on Moroccan food. It was quite a popular place.
We still haven't spied the Eiffel Tower and our arrival at the Gare de Lyon station was less than glamourous, however, the parents assure me that the best of Paris is still to ...
... Like most other cities in Europe, it is filled with rich history and age-old buildings, bridges and monuments at every corner. The love lock bridge is filled with locks left by couples and lovers, leaving a symbol of their love behind in Paris. We of course had to visit the Notre-Dame cathedral, the Eiffel tower and try some delicious savory and sweet crepes. While the food in Europe has been great, we have to say the Europeans don't do breakfast like ...
... and from where Dr. Johnson watched and wrote about the Great Fire across the Thames. So much history in these great European cities.
After dinner, I took the tube back to St Pancras and King’s Cross Stations. I still had a little time, so I had a beer in the bar of the Great Northern Hotel between the two train stations. This is where my wife and I stayed during our first visit to London in the late 1980s. It was rather dated and in need of work at ...
... a spicy, gingery, cinnamony Dutch biscuit flavoured cupcake), both a vanilla and a chocolate pistachio, a double chocolate and a salted caramel on chocolate - we of course will share the left overs for breakfast tomorrow!! We walked back to notre dame and Anna had been dying to go for a ride on the bicycle tuk tuks so we negotiated with two of the loveliest rider/drivers to take us to our hotel. Our driver was a young art student named Jean Luc ( read it with a French ...