Premiere Classe St Quentin en Yvelines Elancourt
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... without hesitation she replied carpaccio. OK, I thought...easy. Turns out that wasn't the case as carpaccio is not so easily found in the home of tartare. So, I turned to my forums, enlisting the help of other travelers who recommended restaurant, Il Suppli. I proceeded to read the reviews on Tr[p Advisor, checked out their website and decided that was the place. I then enlisted Gaelle's help to make our reservation.
As it turned out, Il Suppli was a ...
... at A&W all summer, so I could afford to be home for Christmas.
I'm trying to make an about me PowerPoint type of thing. I'm stuck because I want to put some information down about Lancaster, but there's not much to write. I knew Lancaster was boring, but I didn't realize it was THIS boring. Suggestions would be helpful at this point.
The family went out to eat for dinner for Noémie's birthday because she wanted to have a family dinner. ...
... canals and alleys of walking paths. The gardens are so big that there is a tram to take people around or golf carts to rent! We opted for a leisurely stroll and walked all the way over to the much smaller palace called le Grand Trianon, a sort of getaway for the royal family when court life got too busy. This palace is also very grand, with its own beautiful flowers gardens, canals and statuary. Another 10 minute walk away is a ...
... I got to practice a heck of a lot of French there.
We started the trip on these boats, specially made to simulate boats from like, the 15th century (maybe older, maybe younger...) We had to traverse the Loire river to get to a spot where we were planning on picnicking. (A quick side note, in Paris metros, you can buy pretty good tasting fruit. I brought metro donut peaches (which is a lot better than say, US grocery store sushi,) and ate all ...
Ann Marie and Tom were leaving today, so we made sure that other than eating our croissants this morning, that we made sure we were able to say good bye and let them know how much fun we had spending time with them here in Paris. Ann-Marie let me know that they would be keeping the lock that I painted for them (she couldn't bare to part with it). I was flattered ...