Kyriad Paris Ouest Puteaux
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... Park, James and I enjoyed our picnic while listening to the live French Opera concert which was beautiful and added to the serenity of the evening. Soon it was 11pm and time for the firework display off the Eiffel Tower. Words can not describe the next 40 minutes as I stood in awe among probably another million people watching the most spectacular firework display I had ever seen accompanied by music which matched the theme of 'war and peace' (marking the 100th year since ...
... and wine from the waitress. It was shortly thereafter I noticed a furry little pooch sitting on her lap. We were soon introduced to Fifi, her canine companion, who gave me an inquisitive sniff or two before settling down on her owner's lap again. While Fifi was dozing away, we enjoyed a gourmet-style presentation of pork, lobster cassoulet (a stew made with white beans), and then shared a lemon tart for dessert.
After lunch, we walked to Notre-Dame. On each of ...
... a good time, but totally wore myself out walking that town. Can't wait to go back and see more, but really, I don't know if I'd want to live there. I think I like Caen better. It's smaller, less frantic, and the people are friendlier.
Well that's all for now. Other than to load my millions of pics from that trip! OMG! Quelle joi. But it's all for you my darling readers. So I don't begrudge it.
Hugs, -The Traveling Tricoteuse
... until it eventually knocked into the Audi having created double the space for the car to pull out of!
At this point we had tears in our eyes as the locals gave us side long glances thinking that we were may be a few Kangaroos short in the top paddock!
Everyone got out or into their parking spot with only minor cosmetic damages to their cars, but gave us an insight as to how things are run in Paris.
Trying to recover and re group long enough to find our bus and ...
... we had dinner at Hugo's a very small bistro in the Opera District of Paris. Provençal inspired prawns and scallops. Our appetizer was a goat cheese slab with dates and fresh fruit...mmmmm!!! (French people do work hard- our waiter was the busboy, dishwasher, server, and waiter. He was the only one serving 10 tables with 2-4 guests. He was very ...