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It was finally time to sit down. There were middle eastern type appetizers: hummus, 2 kinds of eggplant, I think and peppers. Plus homemade challah (WOW). What a treat. Of course most of the prayers were done in Hebrew by all of us. To me, that is always special that we can make Shabbat together no matter what our native languages. The wine we brought was a white chablis recommended by the wine shop near ...
... Eli once again caused havoc at immigration. It's actually quite scary, my heart was in my mouth as he's answering the questions, it's weird when it's not you!! On getting through he proclaimed "how can they stop me? I'm Eli". At that point I decided I was definitely having the box of macaroons on the train!! The Eurostar train was nice and comfortable, Eli snored his way across the English Channel. So in conclusion, we liked Paris. The Parisians are very chic ...
... We rested our feet for a while then went out to find some dinner. Trip advisored somewhere nearby to find that it was closed so wandered around and found some where else very cute. I was amazed as we watched only one waiter serve everyone and do a pretty darn good job. Dinner was very tasty. I had veal, and though if you blinked you would have missed it, it was delicious. We had a 1/2 size bottle of cold red wine with our meal then wandered ...
... to the restaurant together so I didn't get lost. I thought I was fairly familiar with my neighborhood and made the mistake of deviating from my known route to the Metro, walking up from my flat instead of down, thinking that the streets would connect at some point. I was wrong...
After I corrected myself, I got on the train and arrived promptly, by Paris standards, at 7:25. This is one of the things I love about Paris. Even somebody like me who tends to ...
... drinks service was very slow....you had to line up for a drink. I reckon probably 50% of the 300 people in our area - Triomphe were Aussies.
The TdF rolled in a little late, then spun around the circuit for a few laps, then it was all over. By the time the presentations were on it was dark. The Arc de Triomphe was a spectacular back drop for a lightshow as part the presentation ceremony.
Then the masses departed........until next year.
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