Mercure Evry Lisses
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... shop and patisserie for baguettes! Using up some of the spicy chorizo I bought in Barcelona in a chicken/potato/chorizo dish with the usual green beans and an endive/Apple/date/Comte/walnut salad to start and a pear/raspberry/almond cake to finish! Probably didn't need to open that fourth bottle of wine but pleased to see it was only half drunk, mostly by Tim! So it's Friday, nothing planned apart from dinner tonight so until then...... S ...
... and very tender. Then we had apple tart and ice cream for dessert. Pretty good for a tour group meal. Then we all fell asleep on the way to Versailles. Probably not Walter though. I think he was awake the whole way. Versailles is ridiculous and you can totally see why the French walked all the way there from Paris in a rage about the discrepancy. (They were starving while the king and queen lived at Versailles.) it was cool but again, there ...
... have been re named Crush's Carnage!! It was a loop the loop roller coaster in complete darkness. I hated every minute of it and Theo managed really well but made us promise not to ever take him in it again. I felt sorry for poor Ella who was sitting next to him and reassuring him all the way. We then thought we had pulled a blinder when we ran to Ratatouille to find Charles holding places for us at the front of the queue with Sebbi. We were then ...
... toast stuff like that. Was so flavours one. The wine was also pretty good. Then the mains came out and there was mmms and ahhs coming from the whole table everyone's was soo yum. Was a great meal. We were so impressed we then had dessert too.... We were all so fully but so happy with the restaurant We then called it a night, the only bad thing about the night was the weather. It was soo hot and we couldn't sleep with the window open because of the ...
... we were a bit late for morning coffee) it was warm and sunny. What to do for lunch? Jeff thought Japanese so we wandered down to Lai Lai Ken (just around the corner from Juvs) a good 30min walk but was so lovely in the sunshine. Ken does great gyoza 7 for 5 euro and we shared a delicious noodle soup with pork mince and chilli. There is a wonderful spice store nearby so popped in to show Jeff. Roellinger Spices in rue Saint Anne. If you don't know ...