Adagio Paris XV
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... was in close walking distance. As I walked, it began to rain, and the weather was the coolest it has been in weeks. Because it was the first Sunday of the month, the museum was free. It wasn’t very crowded because of the weather, and I was able to walk right in. However, the museum is currently being renovated, and this meant that only the partial collection was on display. I was disappointed that so many works I had expected ...
... for dinner , there are so many in our area but I was being careful not to select a tourist oriented menu!
Eventually after an enjoyable walk on the cobblestones of old we discovered one, very cosy, authentic French menu and famous painters lining the walls. Kevin had snails! They were done heavily in garlic butter and fine herbs, I had a sort ...
... for their pastries, they haven't failed to deliver on this front at all. On a daily basis I gained a good kilogram merely enjoying what was most likely table spoons full of sugar, delicately arranged into a gorgeous cake or tart for my consumption. As I leave Paris for Belgium, I won't miss it in the slightest. Especially not the rude waiter who when I informed I had a hair in my food he insisted it must have been mine that ...
... bridge that is covered with love padlocks put on by couples which all started from 'The Sex and The City' movie. The reason is because if the couple puts a padlock on the bridge and throws away the key into the river, it is said that their love is eternal. The reason is lame, I know but the art effect of all the locks is actually kinda cool.
So that's that tour done, it was really good. I loved it.
... which arrived after about 5 minutes. Unfortunately they only offered the bus trip as a two-day option at this time of year, which wasn't going to suit us as this was our last full day in Paris, and therefore we resorted to walking again! Even still, we knew we still didn't have as far to walk today, so it wasn't such a bad thing (and dare I say 'we're in Paris', so who really cares!). Our first destination for the day was the Basilique du Sacré-Coeue, which ...