Premiere Classe Boissy-St-Leger
Travel Blogs from Boissy-Saint-Leger
... not renowned for the piquant of their cuisine). As i stand in the doorway awaiting my take away order, i smile at the sign in the window warning against the potential for tummy ache and diarrhea from the heavily peppered food. Is that a challenge? It turns out to be yummily authentic szechuan cuisine, chicken with peppers and green onions and rice, quite spicy to be sure, but i still shudder to recall a delicious-but-deadly hunan dish i once ate in Xian (after a few bites, i ...
... After some quick snaps we set up the steep Montmartre hill which lead us to a beautiful landscape view over Paris. While we enjoyed the view of the city, we witnessed the local police run down and catch the little men selling souvenir's illegally on the streets, a bit of high speed action to disrupt the picturesque surroundings and remind us that this is in fact reality and not a fairy tale. I however quickly moved on from this action and ...
... day return to the Uk and visit the Cotswolds. The dream for Nikki might just come true in the near future, as having fallen in love with London during our stay, she had cemented a decision to do future semester abroad in London. We hadn't left yet, but she was already missing the lively friendliness of Londoners, the whirl of sporting activities here, and the Uk'ers' ready acceptance of her personality--big, noisy, and irresistible; no shushing experienced here!
... a club sandwich, as did Pete and Jo ordered the mini burger. It was lovely and the chips that came with it - very decadent.
Before leaving, we booked in for Jo's birthday tea on Saturday night - the place is just so friendly and welcoming.
We paid the bill and lined up to buy some macarons - Pete and I chose 3 flavours each to be put into a beautiful little box. Jo chose a large one - salted caramel.
We left and continued our wanderings towards the Arc de ...
We slept in Wednesday, and finally got going around noon time. Again, since it was raining off and on, we rode the other routes on the bus. But we did visit the Eiffel Tower, but no we did not go up. The lines, even to walk the steps, were horrendously long. I had tried before we even left to buy tickets online (hint: if you want to visit the Eiffel Tower, buy your tickets on line!!). My husband and I talked about ...
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed