Premiere Classe Fontenay Tresigny
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... dinner. Since they didn't have savoury, main meal type crepes only sweet ones, we settled on having a very traditional French meal-Chacuterie! Check out the picture I posted. It is basically a bunch of cheeses, salamis, ham, prosciutto, pates, pickles, some salad and lots of baguette! Then it was strawberry jam filled crepes. Not a bad way to end the gastronomic adventures in Paris! So next posting will be from Berlin!! Till then, Au ...
... especially young men. Band in the lobby played such mellow tunes, we almost fell asleep overl our dinner.
Our bodies not in synch with the local clock, we both woke up after 3:00 and had trouble getting back to sleep. But up we were for the train to Caen.
Fashion alert for anyone young enough to care - skinny jeans, pants & leggings & ...
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We spent most of the time on top but it was bloody hot, not bad in the shade, but the sun was burning.
We got off at the Louvre, walked around Notre Dame, had some lunch then went to Eiffel Tower to do the boat cruise (will be doing tower tomorrow). The day went from about 10 am - 7pm. Got ...
Today, I awoke around 5:30 in the morning, probably due to jet-lag from the plane ride. I was really hungry at the time, because I was still in California time. At around 6:15, our family went out to get breakfast and scout out the Boulangerie/Patisserie, or Bakery and Pastry shops. When we were walking to the conveniently close pastry shop, there was no one outside, and there were also no cars out, so it felt ...
... is on his "to-do" list, so we set off, knowing exactly where to go. It covers a whole city block, so we did a circuit of the building and its outdoor areas and the quirky fountain. We'd seen the entry queue on our way around, so we made our way there and joined the queue. It was a very slow-moving line. There was a sign that said "Bibliotech......" and I said to Wok that that means library. We reached a point, after close to an hour, that said, in French, that it could ...