Premiere Classe Roissy-Goussainville
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... in to this lovely barber, Jacque, and had one of the most professional cuts I have witnessed, he was lovely and took so much care. We finally made it home at 5pm to do our homework before I made a smoked mackerel and chanterelle risotto with poached quail eggs accompanied by a glass of vin blanc , or two. Laurie still trying to finish the strawberries. We are up early again tomorrow to do much the ...
... much less walking for me thankfully. We did not stop off at the Eiffel Tower, but have taken photos, we then headed back up the river to.Notre Dame. Walked across the river & as there was a massive queue there decided to walk further on & look for Saint Chapelle which is tucked away in the middle of the police precinct & courts & I mean literally in the middle of these buildings. Queued for a while, went through security, yes they had security ...
... my best french accent, he signalled me to hop in...weird. He dropped his existing passenger off just around the corner, reset the meter and proceeded to my destination. He was the happiest little cabbie I've ever seen. He spoke very little english but tried to talk to me anyway. He was very excited to learn I was from Australia. That prompted questions of did I have a husband or children, and would I like to go out for dinner tonight. It took four or five tries for him ...
Our first day out in Paris today. Croissants and baguettes for breakfast. Walked from our apartment at 201 Rue Du Temple to the city. Apartment buildings everywhere! Passed centre Pompidou, looked in St Merry's church, walked past City Hall, crossed the River Seine and lunch in the square at the front of Notre Dame. Transport barges and tourist ...
... on her nose before flinging the "slippery suckers" all over the table. She also had us frantically look for the tickets she couldn't find for a good 30 minutes before she realized they were e-tickets. -JP was the only person in the entire city wearing shorts and made friends with the elevator conductor who "dropped her phone" at his feet. -I think their sleepiness rubbed off on me and I couldn't identify the fourth cheese that was on the platter so I took a scoop...it was ...