Mercure Paris La Defense 5
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... also were like knockoffs and I don't want to buy sketchy things. There's a cute little purse shop in Saint Germain-en-Laye though. Once Amanda got there, we went on a search for Chipotle. It was somewhere near the mall, well technically it's considered part of the mall but you have to go outside to get into it. This is only the second time I have ever been to Chipotle, so it was again a struggle to order things. I got a soda for ...
... called Gallerie Vivienne. Walking through it we discovered Jean-Paul Gaultier has his atelier here and just down the street was the pretty, and oh so Parisian bistro seen in 'Something's gotta give' with Diane Keaton etc. It still reads well and the menu is good so we will probably give it a try. It is Le Grand Colbert and may be too touristy. Found in Rue de Petits Champs a row of Japanese restaurants ...
... I had a chocolate ice cream Sunday. Mine was fine. Turns out Emily had ordered cheese on toast. Hahaha. And the cheese was an inch thick and the bread soggy. Hahaha. I may have 2 left feet but I know my food. Emily didn't finish all her dinner. I ate all of mine. Back to the room and bed. We were very tired but there was half an hour or so of us just laughing our way through our first 4 hours in Paris. Great ...
... I think he is getting a little homesick as the old building, creaky floors and "grandma furniture" along with a suspicious looking Russian man who could easily play a bad guy in any James Bond movie, has weirded him right out. Perhaps a little lunch was needed! We enjoyed a walk around the neighbourhood to a very busy, but satisfying Jewish restaurant. Pita, hummus and falafel are comfort food for ...
... acquire the bill with ease.
With still more time to kill we wondered back in the general direction of our hotel down a different street and ventured into a fromagerie to purchase some emmerthol (not sure how that is spelt?) cheese that had been in my salad and was very yummy. Cheese seems a much more appropriate first Paris purchase than the first time we went to Paris when we bought jelly beans!