Novotel Paris 17
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... imagine all the 18th century intrigues that must have
occurred in all those hidden spots.
For me, the highlight of the gardens was the Marie Antoinette garden and farm. It's truly
picturesque, and there are animals! There were a bunch of little baby goats
that ran to the fence when I walked up, and they ate grass out of my hand. I
know, all that history and I am talking about baby goats, but they were
... Needless to say, the food was sensational.
We returned to our hotel, rested for several hours and decided to head to the Champs Elysées . We had seen from the bus during day light, the avenue filled with Winter Market stalls....very similar to Vienna. We wanted to see it up close at night when all would be under lights.
It didn't disappoint. It is just beautiful and we commented that it was a beautiful time to visit ...
... rue St. Denis, as I was walking downhill, I saw many ladies of the oldest profession standing on the street, looking for customers. It was before 5 o’clock and not even dark yet! They were looking pretty worn, most probably in their 40s-50s, with enormous size breast implants sticking out, tight clothing and high boots. I didn’t know that there was a red light district in the center of Paris.
I walked down and reached rue Montorgueil again via rue ...
... There was like a spray of water and like projected characters on it! It made them look like kind of a hologram. They also projected colours and characters and all these lights onto the castle and it looked beyond amazing! Coupled with lasers and fireworks it was something I want to watch over and over. After the show we got on a train and it was surprisingly easy to get home! As soon as we got home we crashed! It was a good 15 hour day from when we left home to when we got ...
... it. They open for set hours, lunch being midday til 2p.m. so as the restaurant rapidly filled they had to jump around. They had a set menu and also a la carte, they call it menu and plate., usually de la jour. Their menu, which I had was 6 courses starting off with a large dish of a coarse pate with a knife stuck in it with which you extract what you need and, with a basket of very fresh rolls it was great, especially as they serve it with a ...