Premiere Classe Epinay Sur Orge
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... I really liked it, Roge not so keen. We wandered around the exhibitions with Mary Lou and Chris for a couple of hours, meeting up with T and L and some other artist friends of ML and C for drinks later. After a few happy hour specials we wandered off to find somewhere for dinner. We settled on an Italian bistro that served great food. I ate too much. Drank too much. Enjoyed myself. Consequently, we slept in this morning and we're still sitting around at 10am eating croissants. ...
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From the tower walked back past the Louvre and took a look around the shipping district. By the time we got home it was about 7, so after beers and a relax we went out for tea. By the time tea was done it was about 10pm and dusk.
We then walked to Sacre Coeur up many steps. I didn't think it would be so busy, so ...
... a great restaurant in front of the church. We then got back on a bus on the orange line out to the red light district and saw the Moulin Rouge until we got off close to the apartment. Rest break and book reading before Zoe, Bailey and I headed off for some exploring. We then went out to dinner but all very tired so did not last long before coming home and falling into bed! Great day exploring the beauty of ...
... into our absolutely lovely B&B right next to chapel built in the 1400's...our innkeeper gave us way too may ideas/places to visit tomorrow- we might have to stay longer then 2 nights as there are so many fantastic places to explore! We are keeping our fingers crossed (weather permits) in that we are able to ride the free bikes they have here to what has been called one of the prettiest villages in France or to the Sleeping Beauty castle (Usse) tomorrow. ...
... St. Regis where Hemingway was evidently a regular when he was in Paris. It was a warm day and we were amused at the long lines of people waiting to have a gelato. There was one place that must have been the "best" because the line was very long.
From there we took the metro to Stalingrad stop and wandered around the Quai de la Seine.
Both Robert and Marianne had decided it would be nice to eat near the Seine and both had ...