Inter Hotel Bagatelle
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... signs weren't particularly easy to follow, either. We were pleased that in all our times on the RER trains and Metro so far (Wed now), we haven't gone the wrong way. It may have taken us some bumbling and "discussion" to figure out the right way, but so far, so good.
We finally dragged ourselves (with friendly help) to our hotel in the 6th arrondissement, the Hotel Le Royal. Loved the neighborhood, near the Metro and a busy corner of shops and ...
... her some flowers. Nim also wrote her a really lovely note of thanks. We said our goodbyes; me and Nim both really like Kim and hope to see her soonish. The journey to kings cross took so much longer than we anticipated and our bags were so heavy we both thought we were gonna munt. We got through security and border control without a hitch and boarded the train. Our seats were positioned right next to the food carriage and a ...
... with a rather gravoxy like gravy. Add a garlic foam (with a nod to El Bulli) and that was the first two courses done. Desert was different chocolates in a mark of respect to Sarah Lee, with all her creative skill in evidence.
To finish off the total package we sat on the edge. Now in some ways, this was lucky as most people get stuck in the middle of the restaurant and don't get a view.
We sure got ...
... respect the sanctity of the place-- I get that; but explain that to a child who no longer wants to be held bit motor around on his own! We peacefully got through exactly half when he started to squirm fuss and cause a general racket. I started to rush out as quick as I could, Ben navigating the crowds with the stroller, when just near the exit the organ music began-- instant happy baby. As we started to walk towards the metro to head home, Beckett fell asleep, so we decided ...
... in some sunshine before making our way to the Viator Tours office, to be told our tour would be 30 late. ... Which turned into over an hour late, and after the unlucky appointment of both our Asian-French guide, and some difficult patrons, we headed to the louvre. Skipping the lines were the best part, but its a shame Paris was so very full f idiotic tourists, taking photos of artwork without looking at them, carting babies around, and just generally being obnoxious. Maybe ...
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