Kyriad Orly Rungis
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... as well, a glass of red and some cheese. Saturday, decided to make some macadamia shortbread, which turned out very well and a parcel for Margaux at Juveniles. Saturday lunch at Juvs is always a good idea and today was no different. Steph and I shared scallops in the shell with cauliflower purée, squid ink gnocchi. Burrata with figs and pumpkin risotto with squid. Back home to pick up a couple of bottles and head around to Steph and Tims to watch the rugger! Well that's ...
... br> Further on, we visited Victor Hugo's house which is one of a series of multi million dollar terraces, most of which now belong to the very rich such as the Royal family of Qatar.
Hugo's house is a museum with free entry which is very rare here!
There were various artworks in the house, one of which depicted his famous horror story, The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
Finally we stopped at another beautiful cathedral which had a massive pipe organ and the usual artworks on ...
... windows above nave. Bell tower interesting and frightening looking statues to ward off evil spirits quite intriguing. After a quick descent we headed off on the bus to Montmarte for a walking tour. Met another Oz couple when alighting from bus so walked with them to a connecting bus. Had a good chat to Montmarte where Yvonne and I alighted in front of Moulin Rouge. Looks like a "Kings Cross" street ...
... They say it's rough around the edges and gives it is charm. It may well have charm but I'd have to see more of it than that. Second, we really couldn't see Sacre Courer and it got so hot no one was ready to scale the hill. Lastly then folks piled on for the return trip and the bus was overwhelmed. It was standing and sitting in the aisle and oppressive heat. We rejoiced to get off that bus. We toured some more but it was off to bed early for the assault on ...
Hello guys today Im
talking to you from our lovely hotel in Paris. This morning we woke
up at Stevens house in Ford at 4:15am to hit the road early to London
for our train ride at 8:30 ,this is because we had to stop off at
Brenda's house for Dads package from New Zealand so he could finish
one of his jobs, this made the trip a solid 2hr 30min. We hopped on
the train on ...