Londres et New York Hotel
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... hard not to just gobble it down because it was so tasty and I love bacon. Next we got our plate of veal and potatoes. The veal had a lovely sauce from its cooking and it was enough to make both the veal and the potatoes "fork cutting tender" and tasty. Finally, as if I weren't pretty stuffed already from all the delicious food, we got our chocolate cake which ...
... we were suddenly in the midst of the parisian streets…..rows & rows of white/cream buildings lined the way.
Roads never ending…they just kept bending!!!! It was Friday afternoon…people walking purposely in all directions……..most people seemed to be dressed in black. I noticed a bit of fur trim on coats was another common theme.
One funny & cute thing I saw was an old lady sitting on a chair on her ...
... stop was the Orsay, a beautiful building that used to be a train station and now is a museum, holding more impressionists, sculpture, etc. My focus was not on the art but on food. I was very hungry for lunch and I heard there was a great cafe on the top floor of the museum. William walked us over the seine and gave us an orientation and then led us on our way. Lee and Jim joined me for lunch. I had a ceaser salad with chicken.
This morning at breakfast I met Sharon who had ...
... his apartment in this lovely little nook of Paris. Even though the home had just closed, the security at the front let us in up the back stairs. We were thrilled!
With the day coming to an end, we took the metro back to the Tuileries, where we walked east along the Seine until we crossed the bridge leading to Ile de St. Louis (a little island on the Seine basically between the Notre Dame and the Hotel De Ville). Thank you Rick Steves for this ...
... a sausage with Dijon mustard and sat in the park overlooking the gardens. In total we walked 10km to our hotel passing the Louvre, the lock bridge and the Notre Dame. Carla and I ordered a very French dish of Confit de Conard and a glass of wine. After dinner, we walked to the opera house and bought crepes. They were very ...