Hotel Princesse Isabelle
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... and fresh, just like market food should. When we were done the guide got us to all come together so she could tell us more stories about Frances history. In was actually really interesting and I learnt quite a lot. Once she had finished telling her story we got on our bikes again and rode back to where we had picked them up from. We got off the bikes and walked to the front of the Chateau as we were about to go inside. ...
... cartons of beer and wine in public, with some playing boche ! We even saw a lady walking her cat !!
Versailles, a sight that will make your head roll!
If you're a king who really loves his subjects what's the best thing for you to do....clearly you build a $2 billion mansion as far away from them as possible on a property the size of Manhattan Island. That's what King Louis ...
... aids and another pack (a different size) of 7 band-aids and the cost was 20 euros! Close to 24 or 25 dollars. No kidding! They must not use many band-aids here. Or, they use them more than once. Yuck! Just so you know!!
We are headed out to dinner soon. I'm ready for more walking.
ps. from Bob....I may just hire Lanny as our official scribe! She does such a great job!
... boulangeries. Even saw a guy with a goat! Plenty of the Parisiennes have dogs and some even walk their cats but this guy had a pet goat; it impressed me. Of course we had coffee stops and patisserie stops, like Chez Paul, where I had this great little strawberry and custard flan type of cake. We continued the walk to the Musee d'Orsay and just had to view a few Van Goghs, and Monets - they would be my favourites. Monet was certainly prolific and poor Van Gogh committed suicide at ...
... decided to head back to studio and recoup with a hot shower and a glass of red while we looked over our itinerary for the next few days.
Sleep came pretty easy once our heads hit the pillow, however when I awoke feeling somewhat refreshed and excited for the day ahead, Waz informed that I should look at the clock, it was at this time we realised the dreaded jet lag had got us, it was only 2.30am and we were wide ...