Logis La Chaum'yerres
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- Multilingual staff
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... lesson in ordering food in a foreign country. We ordered a pizza and also a salad which we thought was a "fresh salad", but turned out to be a cold octopus salad. It was quite funny trying to find out was this was at first, with the chef getting a little annoyed at these Aussies questioning his food, he explained it was "gherkin" but we later found out ...
... there was a conveyor belt that went around the restaurant and you took plates off of that. There were a lot of different things to eat, but only like 4 vegetarian things. It was a fun experience. Rowena sat next to me and we laughed because I am terrible with chopsticks. Beatrice told me I could ask for a fork, but that would've just ruined the entire experience of eating at that restaurant.
Noémie is using this birthday thing as an excuse for everything. She ...
... decided to join the cathedral line up first, as it was moving quite quickly. Cathedrals/churches in France aren't quite as particular about dress code as they are in Italy. There were no signs saying you couldn't enter with bare shoulders or shorts, not that it mattered because everyone was bundled up due to the weather. Inside the cathedral was absolutely amazing. It is a Gothic style cathedral, and is actually very difficult to put into words. I'm not a religious person, but I will ...
... we got to see the cobblestone streets and stop into local shops that pleased our fancy. On the way, we stopped in a magnificent pastry shop and I had my first Macarons (Macarons are so important, I'm capitalizing them) of the trip. I don't know what the pastry shop is called, but I need to run into it again, because it was awesome. Ate lunch at this local restaurant that specializes in meat, and got a ridiculously sized portion of chicken cordon blue as well as ...
... district. It was a pretty interesting experience to say the least... The bus ride back to the hotel was also slightly scary with the driver trying desperately to get back before he was driving outside of his work hours. Sadly Paris traffic wasn't having any of it and we were on the bus for nearly an hour and a half when it should have been 20 minutes! We are off to Switzerland today and it'll be a long day on the bus but I'm looking forward to ...