Premiere Classe Villejust Courtaboeuf
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... quality of pictures I can get straight out of iPhone 6! The Eiffel Tower picture looks amazing and perfectly exposed, no retouching was needed. Where with my digital SLR Canon 7D, I had to dial down the exposure to negative one to get the correct ...
... eat than go somewhere to buy something to make. It might be another peanut butter and banana sandwich for me tonight. My day has been thrown off in terms of meals since everyone was home all day and the parents didn't eat. There's some spinach lasagna in the fridge, but Rowena forgot to put tomato/sauce on the half without meat so it's a bit bland. I put tomatoes and extra cheese on it, but it still was a little wonky. I did eat dinner at least. ...
... Art Deco and built from timber and metal. One painting really took our eye but there were many wonderful paintings. Next we strolled to the Place des Vosges, one of those beautiful Parisienne squares surrounded with picturesque buildings and edged by trimmed plane trees. There was a fountain in the centre and garden beds too. We visited Victor Hugo's house and saw some of his original manuscripts as well as some of his private furniture. Around the square ...
... concluded by the time we arrived home. There is a Fete de Pain, a Festival of Bread, and when we came home from Versailles today, everything was still in full swing. There were a number of bakers and patissiers demonstrating their art to the drooling public. They had big electric ovens set up, and quite a few people, interestingly all men, kneading and rolling and plaiting and shaping dough, then baking it. It was then on sale. While we ...
After another lazy start, nothing happens here til 1030 anyway, we jumped on a bus outside the Hotel de Ville in Rue Rivoli and headed towards Sacre Coeur to find market Rue Dejean. This market caters to a very different crowd which makes for it to be interesting. Lots of African specialties such as grilled sheep's head, blackened/ burned legs and hooves of goats. We bought lamb shoulder for a casserole and a smoked mackerel, I am thinking ...