Lhotel Restaurant Antony Verrieres le Buisson
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... the police, there was no traffic along the Champs. We checked with a gendarme and he advised that the King of Spain was visiting. We decided to wait by the barriers. A stream of cars passed the now at attention gendarmes and we took our photos and moved on. About 5 minutes later there was a bigger stream of cars. We now assume we have beautiful photos of the Spanish King's security contingent. For the first time we ...
Today we decided to have a quieter day, as yesterday had been a long day for us. We had found that there was a local Saturday market not too far away, so we set off after breakfast to locate it and do some food shopping. It was even closer than we'd thought, quite small, but with lovely fresh veges, beautiful bread, as you can see from Wok's photo, and a cheese shop to boggle the senses. I resisted buying anything sweet and delicious at the patisserie. Today was a day of ...
... it left my mums chocolate crackles for dead. Also on the way back I got in the **** for calling out a Ranga alert to the kids. It's not as if I called out la Ranga in French. As we were walking across the bridge over the Siene River a few locals were selling locks so that you could write something nice and put the lock on the bridge. As a symbolic gesture I threw my key into the river followed by Tina and Jasmin. Now it ...
... windows are magnificent. It was quite warm by the time we got out so we decided to have a wander around George Pompidou centre before we caught the bus home. Cup of tea and it was time to get ready to go out for the first of the birthday bashes! 16 of us meeting for a casual dinner at Juveniles. Started with a magnum plus a bottle of champagne with delicious terrine, haddock rillets, foie gras and saucisson. A few bottles of Paul Blanck Riesling ...
New rule, only fly 380s in the future, the 12 hour flight was a vast improvement over the preceding flight. Got into Paris at 6.30am and took the train to where we are staying. We meet Sandra for breakfast and while we are chatting an old lady comes up to us who looks mad as a hatter. The waiter shoo's her off and then explains we have to be careful because she makes a habit of grabbing men's balls! Welcome to Paris!