Les Jardins d'Epone
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... the headstones of many luninaries such as Maria Callas, Chopin, Edith Piaf, Mogdiliani, Gertrude Steirn, Oscar Wilde and dozens of others you would know as well as seeing the statues, crypts and monuments to some of the movers and shapers of western culture.
The military tributes were also very ...
Paris in September!
We landed at Charles de Gaulle Terminal 3 and it didn't take long to get our panniers and Bob had a pretty easy time assembling the bikes. It was nice to know how to get into Paris on the train and Metro.
The front desk staff recommended a wonderful place for dinner which we enjoyed despite the jet lag. Steak Tartare, steak with Roquefort sauce and the specialty of the restaurant; Aligot which is a ...
... the picturesque park. We even saw the outdoor cinema, which is playing a horror movie tonight, so we didn't stick around. We took a very long metro ride to the 5th so we could visit Brewberry, hailed as THE craft beer store/restaurant in Paris. Brad and I imbibed in two craft beer and Evan had water with mint, called a Diablo de Menthe here. We also feasted on their cheese and charcuterie plate, which featured a super stinky cheese and a very tasty sausage, among ...
... to the Louvre. We asked the kids what they wanted to see - the Eiffel Tower, Norte Dame or the. Louvre. James replied - who wants to see an old church or old paintings - let's climb the tower! What about the the Mona Lisa - don't you want to see the painting - 'who cares we can see it in books'!!!!! God help us all :) Tomorrow the adults are going to the Moulin Rouge! So early dinner with the kids and the show starts at ...
... woman to move on.
Our next stop was lunch in the Latin Quarter, on the left
bank, near Notre Dame. Jewell and Glen were a bit peckish and in need of
vegetables, so they ordered the lamb shanks with green beans. A very nice café, great food and
excellent service, with no rush to move on. I just can’t remember it’s name!
Our guide on the Classic Walk, Gill, had suggested that
we not go into Notre Dame, but ...