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... walked around the gardens in front of the tower and saw all the Christmas decorations they were preparing! Some street peddler sold us a bottle of 8Euro champagne, so we drank that and walked along the streets back to the Champs Elysee. We noticed the Eiffel Tower lights up (literally sparkles) every hour for a few minutes which is such an amazing site! For snack we had cabbage rolls stuffed with duck & sauercraut, baguette stuffed with veal & pork, and ...
... and simple principles of living around Paris. It was a lot to take in at the same time so I will move on to my first night at the house of my new host family in Courcouronnes, around 25 minutes from Paris by car. It's a very nice and small house in a town that only has two neighborhoods. For dinner the first night, I should note that dinner is much later in France, we had pasta and bread. We also had a toast (No alcohol for my host brother and I) to celebrate my first day in ...
... Estelle's husband Jacques at a traditional French restaurant established in 1896 called Le Bouillon Chartier. In the large legendary dining room you can see the famous sideboard drawers where regular customers used to keep their own personal napkins and the large painting by a customer named Germont who gave it to the establishment as payment for his debt there. We all enjoyed the traditional foods, and Pierce tried his first (and second) escargot!
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Again Amy worked her magic trick and I woke up to a sweet song, a delicious pastry and a cup of GREAT coffee. The 4 of us went to a local park and brunched on a shady bench (cheese, ham, fruit and fresh French bread) which she had purchased. Neat little neighborhood park with a community garden, an insect hotel!!, a playground, and benches in the shade on this unusually hot day for Paris (91 degrees).
... residence, not sure the best description of an entire block. Surrounding this are all the miscellaneous accompaniments of embassies etc but not the place to joke around as people with big guns and many of them in them these parts. Arrive, part drowned rats part sorry soles, dry off and then whet the whistle with warming teas and coffees and an array of overworked and over the top pastries and cakes. The place is called Fauchon in the Place de la ...