My Hotel In France Le Marais
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... and line up next to each other waiting for a turn to go. That generally happens with the pedestrian crossing turns green again. Then the fun starts - of all the cars in the line next to each other, they are not all trying to go in the same direction. It is funny when 2 cars want to cross each other to get where they want to go. And from the top, I had a really good view. Was fascinating!
Then when back to my room - metro was ...
... from our accommodation, getting a fresh croissant and coffee along the way. We entered the markets and the smell of cooking paella, fresh bread, seafood (which triggered a 'heaving' reflex in Tom), fresh herbs and spice, fruits, vegetables, cheeses and meats. Along with the food there was jewellery, clothes, antiques and kitchen ware. We sampled more fresh pastries as we strolled around listening to the stall holders call our there specials and admire hand made ...
20th September - We slept in for a bit then took a train to Charles De Gaulle (again). From there we walked around for a bit, checked out the Arc de Triomphe again (in daylight this time) then took a tour bus to the Eiffel tower. The Eiffel tower was very beautiful. It was exactly how I imagined, just like in the movies :). We took some photos and had a beer on the grassy area near the tower. After a few hours we jumped back on the tour bus and drove down ...
The rue Mouffetard in Paris, where we are staying, has existed since Neolithic times, and was known in the Roman era. Since medieval times it has been a food neighborhood, and today is a charming, pedestrian-only source of every imaginable specialty--several boucheries, patisseries, cheese shops, wine shops, fishmonger, chocolatiers, fruits and ...
... nice to feel welcome and experience some friendly French hospitality. We started with some yummy complimentary bread and from age blanc - kind of like sour cream/natural yoghurt with chives and garlic and shallots. The set menu was actually four courses the evening we were there, even better!!! It was perfect having two of us as well as we could get one of each of the main/dessert options and try all the food. We started with a beef tartare with watermelon and peach ...