Le Chateau De La Tour
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the bakery had probably been going since 3am, but only 3 stalls were set up in the market, and those three were really still in the process of opening! The streets were otherwise empty, and still dark. I think, like in Italy, the day here in Paris starts late, but also finishes late. I wonder how work schedules work....
Regardless, we had a nice breakfast of fresh butter croissants with jam we found in the fridge, orange juice ...
... I had frogs legs, salad and a glass of chablis, while Meg chose tuna, pink and seared in a provencal sauce of oil tomato and capers, it was delicious. We walked home through backstreets and came past the newly reopened Picasso Museum where there was a queue of at least 200 metres for the free weekend entry. We put that one off for later. French prep and left over lamb shoulder tonight with the touraine red which is cheaper than a cup of coffee at €3.50 a ...
I actually slept in this morning - woke at 8am feel much better. After breakfast we walked to the neighbourhood markets that are held in the city square each Wed and Sat. It was only a 5 min walk from the house. Very much a trash and treasure, selling a wide variety of goods. There was clothing, shoes, jewellery, house goods, flowers, meat, cheese, fruit and vegetables. Lots and lots of different stalls selling similar things. Just near the markets was ...
A rainy day in Paris so we went to the Georges Pompidou Centre for Modern Art. It opened in the 1977 and was hailed as the most avant-garden building in the world. (See entry and photos on August 2 re Pompidou Centre). Spent about five hours discovering ...
... many stairs and briefly explore the neighbourhood at the foot of the Basilica before sitting down at a cafe. Montmartre is on a hill. It was originally it's own village, outside of Paris and provided flour for the city (there are a few 'moulins' or windmills still standing in the area and that's where Moulin Rouge gets it's name. The cafe Amelie worked at was also called "Les Deux Moulins"). Aside from flour, Montmartre also produced wine, and ...