Median Paris Porte de Versailles
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Michael is fast becoming the most intrepid shopper, accompanying his daughters as they seek to spend their savings on fashion items! This morning we visited St Germaine and located the elusive leather boots and some other essential clothing items. Then it was back onto the open air bus for more sight seeing, which included a stop at the Eiffel Tower. The day being overcast we delayed our climb to a clearer day. ...
... the Jewish quarter, and then checked out the Pantheon since it’s only a few blocks from out hotel. They are spending $100 million Euro over the next 10 years to restore the building. (Not be confused with the Pantheon in Rome . . . this one was originally built as a church but now functions as a secular mausoleum housing the remains of distinguished French citizens.)
During the course of our walks Hilary cornered the market on postcards, and is ...
... the plate was hurriedly replaced with a fresh serve and Foie Gras appropriately upright. Emerson dropped her napkin, the waiter removed it from the floor and returned with a fresh one presented to her in silver service. The kids were all perfectly behaved, Max and William doing their best to impress all the ladies with their chivalry, and all of us taking hundreds of photos all meal long. At 10pm just as the red hue ...
... hope so - we intend to leave enough time to go to the Metro if the bus is not running.
Christian recommended a local restaurant which we had passed earlier today but when we arrived just after 7:30pm they were fully booked. We tried another restaurant where Brad's meal was good but Jane's was very salty. Home now to finish the Blog, pack, use the washer/dryer and get ready for an early start tomorrow. We travel by TGV to Poitiers, in ...
... beating, the dishes were amazing. Quite confronting, definitely not mainstream and inventive and sometimes exciting. He flies all his seafood in, has very particular suppliers of his food and uses very unusual combinations and produce. Oh and the home-made bread and butter to die for! Could have had a meal of just that! It was nearly 1.30 by the time we left the restaurant, taxi home as the metro was closed. Tomorrow's another day! Steph ...