Hotel les Jardins d'Alesia
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... that leads directly down the hill in front of Sacré-Coeur, and wandered through the streets to find the Refuge de Fondu, a fondue restaurant where we went a few times during my exchange. It is a quirky place where the wine is served in baby bottles, there are communal tables that you have to step over to get in, and there are crazy picture decorations all over the walls. We didn’t go in because it didn’t appear to be open, but I am happy to report ...
... block from the main drag! We grabbed some olives and avocado and a baguette and in a very French way, sat in the Place and ate our lunch. Then we ventured the crowds again and went exploring, out of the main drag it becomes a very African area. I got a pair of shoes in a market stall for my poor ruined feet, then we got the Metro back. We thought we would try St Germain Des Pres, which is the arrondissement next to ours and we had heard it ...
... a, fuimos a la Saint Chapele, ubicada al lado. Esta capilla fue mandada a construir por Luis IX (san Luis), para poder albergar las reliquias traídas de oriente (entre las que estaban la corona de Jesús). Hoy el relicario ya no existe (fue fundido en la Revolución), pero la capilla vale la pena verla, ya que sus paredes son, básicamente, vitrales impactantes.
Después de esta recorrida, era un buen momento para comer, y nada mejor que un Crepe comprado en ...
... night, after a delicious dinner nearby (accompanied by a not-so-delicious glass of tequila and champagne), Lindsay and I saw our first almost-fight here. Several men were about to fight, but it somehow both looked and sounded civilized. We followed the cue from the locals and crossed the street to watch...in the U.S., there's no way I would stop to watch given the ridiculous number of gun homicides, but the French had only 142 gun ...
... cooking reduction,
3. Pan-seared Turbot, violet artichokes and the first Provence figs,
4. En crapaudine pigeon, french style broad beans and peas,
5. Tower Bolt, dark chocolate praline, hazelnut ice-cream,
6. Cherry shortbread, Kirsch granite.
Per person it was 200 euros, so together it was 600 euros.