Mercure Caen Cote De Nacre Herouville Saint Clair
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... as a croque monsiuer and veal chop. yum yum yum-- happy happy happy! By the time we were finished with dinner we decided to go back and get a full nights rest so we could be prepared to walk the city the next day. More to come tomorrow!
The French all smoke like trains... even young teenagers!
We have NO wifi in our hotel.. will not connect (and this is why we are lagging on our posts!)
The French are pretty snobby and can call an American out of a ...
... but the rest of us dodged it ok. Regardless, B seemed ok in the morning so we pushed her out the door to the bus and down to the Eiffel Tower. The kids were stoked that we were going up but bummed that we couldn't get all the way to the top. (The second lift and the top level were closed, for some reason). We had a good time looking at Paris with the kids staring through telescopes that we refused to pay for. From there, we took the Metro out to Sacré ...
... La Concorde. The suns shining, the cars are driving like Mighty Mouse in a dodgem car, the water fountains are glistening and here is my little Peyton and she's jumping up and down and ridiculously excited by another Asian wedding party getting their photos done. "Look mama! Look! Look! There's a wedding girl!" She shouts on the top of the bus. There were a few chuckles, not just from us, but her excitement and delight in seeing a third wedding girl was almost ...
... serve light food. I ordered a delicious salmon gravlax and. Jeff some herring roe which was ok. With our second glass of champagne we ordered the house chicken terrine which was also delicious. Needed a glass of Josmeyer Riesling to go with that. Just as we were leaving three young people arrived and I saw the Asian guy give them tHis card and it was the owner of Le Muselet! This is the champagne bar around in rue Saint George. He was ...
... in the morning - La Petite Marquisse. Emmanuel had been asking for a baguette ever since we first told him we were going to Paris. This place is a busy and your typical Parisien patisserie shop. Other than the big shop window with beautiful treats in it and everyone speaking French, it looked quite similar to upscale pastry shops you see in the states. We ordered some food to go and then decided to walk to the Trocadero gardens which looked nearby ...