Ibis Saint Gratien
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... her in French and periodically pausing for a response from her. We had no idea what he was saying and just smiled as he continued on with his performance. After he moved on, we found seats together and were able to sit until we alighted at the Charles de Gaulle- Etoile station. This is the exit for the Arc de Triomphe and the beginning of the Champs Elysees. I wasn't sure which exit would get us to the Arc, but we followed the signs and were rewarded when we ascended ...
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... uncivilized county, I probably wouldn't have my camera right now, or fingers.. or a head. She made me delete the picture. Little did she know I took two.
Dinner time. As recommended to us by Jo's friend (who we randomly crossed paths with at the train station upon arrival), we went to Le Refuge des Fondus. This place was a gem. Seating no more than 40 people, efficiency was at it's best. Wine was served through glass "baby" bottles and ...
... beautifully illuminated, and accent with brightly sparkling lights which come on every hour on the hour. Our parents and kids are so very excited to be here, it is very fun to share a place we know well with them, and to see it through their eyes.
We are taking in the last few minutes of the night time Eiffel Tower spectacle this evening, before heading to bed for another early start. I guess we can sleep in a few more ...
... the beer weren't bad, either! I also had the privilege of staying in a Bateman public house, the Woolpack Inn, so was able to sample the brew of my brethren well into the night!
Two personal pilgrimages in two days, both well and truly off the beaten track, but the bright lights of some of Europe's biggest smokes were beckoning...Paris the first amongst them! Now, I mentioned in my last blog that I hadn't 'found myself' during my time in ...