Hotel Ariane Montparnasse
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All I want to do right now is take a nap but instead I'm sitting in the lobby waiting for my room to be ready
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... outside the massive roundabout. Again another obelisk that has been taken from Egypt. This is where the tour de France ends which is actually happening on Sunday. We had to then push our bikes into the garden, it is forbidden to ride in thee gardens. We chained all our bikes together and stopped for lunch. There was only one place to eat so we knew it wasn't going to be cheap. But we got a salad and a sandwich and they were really nice. We then had time to ourselves and we just ...
... ascended the steps up to the Sacre Couer Cathedral. We didn't arrive until 9.30pm and I was ready to eat the tablecloth, the cutlery and the table itself!! On the coach, we had to choose from a main course and we both went for the Beef Bourgignon. Or first French meal was absolutely delicious. The stew was rich and warm and the beef fell off the fork. The crusty baguette soaked up the juice like a sponge and the two glasses of Burgundy were dry ...
... us in the right direction but sold us tickets. Once again I was amazed to find no lining up necessary despite this being on the 'must see' list of museums. We browsed at a lot of the exhibits but spent most of the time admiring the impressionist and neo impressionist paintings of Degas, Renoir, Manet, Monet, Cezanne and, of course, Van Gogh. I'm not sure which artist belongs to which style exactly but I did appreciate the beauty of this artwork. Because ...
... where everyone spoke English. Oh, apart from the Brazillian lady. Where we cooked a Spanish dessert, and three other recipes. The menu items were as follows: Madeleine's : cupcake in the shape of shells. Because, well .. France. Baba Au Rhum : cupcake soaked in rum. Creme brulee : not a cupcake! Custard that you blast with fire. Gateau Basque : mini pie with custard and cherries inside. Before we arrived at the "French" cooking school though, we decided to go ...
... what his performance was we moved on towards the station. As we had promised ourselves the day before, we returned to Oysho, which was fortunately nearby, to buy our French lingerie. We both ended up getting variations of a lacy black bodysuit, which felt super cheeky and far different from anything I owned. As we walked outside to the train station we said a brief goodbye to central Paris, which had exceeded all of our expectations, before we headed back to ...