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... on hop off pass so continued to walk and walk Very interesting buildings etc on the way and lovely streets around Montmarte with cafés etc etc - had lovely lunch of filled roll Very hot weather Finally for to the bus pass to be told not worth getting pass today and to come back after 4pm - impression we got that if we used it today couldn't get another tomorrow so off we walked again Went down the Le Louvre and though we'll go ...
... 30 m of dirt. Again spotless and rows upon rows of stainless steel tanks, all gleaming. Their vineyards were entirely surrounded by a wall and again a beautiful spot. They are the largest in the rheingau producing 200,000 cases!! Onto the monastery. 900 years old and the oldest monastery in Germany. In candle lit cellars we tasted a 1943 Pinot Noir and a 1953 Auslese. The Pinot was smokey and really fabulous but the Auslese was sensational. Fresh, fabulous and ...
... way. He was very excited at the time but hopefully had forgotten by now. Found the hotel and had tea at the resteraunt across the road. Our waiter was a very enthusiastic French guy who could speak some English. The menu was extremely weird, steak and tartare looked to be a very popular option with 5 different varieties. We went with the safest option which was confied lamb which turned out to taste amazing. Was back at the hotel and in bed by ...
... markets and street decorations. Paris glowed with joie de vivre. On the way back to the hotel we happened on Shakespeare and Company which is a very famous and quirky old bookshop where the likes of Hemingway and Gertrude Stein and the other expat literary giants of the Twenties stayed and wrote and borrowed books. In fact, bookshops are alive and well in Paris! Went out for dinner at ...
... luggage) that we had to call haul onto the bus. She paid for my bus ride, and would Not take a ny money for it!! What a super nice French woman!!! Who does that for a complete stranger??? The bus took us across town and she knew exactly where to get off... thank goodness... and at first she said she would tell where to get off for my "hotel"; but then she said she would just take me there. I said that there was no need, but she insisted (what an Angel ...
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