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... We decided we would dine out at a café close by to the museum…….I feel the need to mention this meal, as we were served a main course known as "tartare de boeuf" we had no idea this was actually presented as a raw beef pattie…..our waiter tried to convince us to try it….but thankfully agreed to send it back to the chef for a bit of “flame grilling” good times!!! (and a ...
... the entrance arch to the 1889 World's Fair. It has become both a global cultural icon of France and one of the most recognizable structures in the world. The tower is the tallest structure in Paris. The tower is 324 metres (1,063 ft) tall, about the same height as an 81-storey building. The tower has three levels for visitors, with restaurants on the first and second. The third level observatory's ...
... getting the hang of things. Then as an added bonus we started walking in the right direction of street number...yahoo. I had been sending multiple emails to the owner of the apartment and had not heard anything from him. We found the apartment but had no way of getting in. Finally I got a text saying that he'd waited for 30 minutes and had to leave. I was furious as I'd told him that our train didn't get into14.45 and he'd been waiting since 14.30. In ...
... of Morgon ordered and our first courses. I had squid in risotto with prawns, crispy bits of bacon and fried garlic slices, which were a bit too strong, otherwise a really tasty dish. Jeff had a remoulded of celeriac, green apple and crab with rocket on the top. Very delicate and delicious. Mains were dorado (fish) for me with braised fennel and a black olive paste. Again black olive a bit too strong and too big a serving, nice basil oil touch ...
We were lucky enough to wake up to a beautiful sunny day! We spent the morning at the Louvre which was nice and not too crowded. After that we had world famous macaroons at the place where they were invented. Then we visited some famous gardens and the Musee de l'Orangerie which was the former royal greenhouse and now holds the largest soap lay of Monet's Water Lilly Series --- they were beautiful. After this we went for a nice dinner at Goya which was ...