Le Chateau De La Tour
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... home 5 km with the back pack on and found a tasty chicken shawarma with harissa sauce on the way home. Tonight we had aperitifs at a local cafe and a typically French and delicious dinner at La Place Royale restaurant under the cloisters of the Place des Vosges. Meg chatted in pigeon French with the waiter and ordered foie gras and coq au vin while I had tartare de saumon and brandade de cabillaud (potato and cod ...
... bus to arrive but before that can happen we are subjected to the tobacco industry protest march. Traffic stopped for 30 minutes. We jump on the bus straight away and am told that is it a 45 trip to the tower but we make it on time. Arrive at the easy book tours and enjoyed a fantastic view from the top of the Eiffel Tower. Quick bus trip home and then it's time to go to the moulin rouge. Had dinner at a pub on the corner then in to see the show. It was ...
... paintings, it was easy to pick out the most famous by the 4-5 tour groups and the amount of people at a piece of work. I randomly wandered into the Italian art wing and found the Mona Lisa. You can see in my picture there were a good 100 people there, but thanks to my zoom I have a souvenir/picture. Well the amount of people, the heat (no air conditioning) and all the walking around I needed a bit of downtime. I headed out of the Louvre to check ...
... to help her out as much as I can while I'm here!
Tonight Anna made steak and potatoes for dinner, with a tomato and onion salad as an appetizer and it was absolutely delicious!!! Then I took a nice warm bubble bath to end the night! I'd say day one was a great success!!! Now time to meditate.
PS I'm really looking forward to visiting the fresh market in the ...
... I swear I could spend weeks in that museum/art gallery/whatever it is because there is just so much in there. They have artifacts from Ancient Egypt, to Ancient Greece, to the Old Chinese Dynasty all the way up to the medieval periods, the renaissance and past the French revolution. Absolutely spectacular, but with a museum that big you have to pick and choose what you want to see in a day, so we wandered aimlessly around the medieval gothic area, some ...