Melia Vendome - Paris
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... rich. The knowledge that I can't buy anything actually causes me a slight physical pain in my chest-I realise this sounds extremely superficial but I did like to spend money on Alannah Hill back home; for a moment I actually freak out about quitting my job but then I remind myself even though I had all the comforts of life, I was unhappy. I have been much happier this year and sometimes I have been without much money. So I don't need the nice things. I make ...
Today we are going to the Eiffel Tower, one of the places that Melody really wanted to see. Our tour stats a 10 am and we need to be there by 9:45. Dave does not go get fresh croissants for breakfast, so we all eat fruit with yogurt and granola a change from the food we have eaten lately for breakfast. Of course we have coffee as well. Our cab comes to pick us up at 8:45 and we arrive at our destination really early so we walk to a café and have another ...
... menu before we deboated ... Nailed it]. Anyway, with this my last breakfast - I'd already made the grade, having finished the last flavour the day before we went to Strasbourg, and only had the honey left to try - but since it was English, I wasn't too fussed - but figured for completeness, I should make the effort. However, when I got to the buffet, they'd introduced a new flavour I'd not seen before - cassis! That's blackcurrant for you ignorant Anglophiles. Anyway, ...
We left Grenoble early this morning as we have a long drive to Paris hopefully arriving at 4pm, our first stop bring Beaune, the very heart of the Burgundy wine-growing region. It was market day in Beaune, the stalls on the streets were laden with fresh produce, cheese, processed meats, vegetables, flowers, bread and wine. The countryside was lovely vineyards everywhere. We walked to the famous Hotel-Dieu Hospital, now a museum. ...
... passed through the impressive Square de la Republique. The Bois de Boulogne is a huge park on the outskirts of Paris; if you saw The DaVinci Code, it was where Tom Hanks as Robert Langdon tore through in a car chase scene toward the end of the film. We walked along one of its pretty lakes, and took the ferry over to a little restaurant called Le Chalet de Îles on an island in the ...