Hotel Fouquet's Barriere
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I wake up fresh and ready to go on Day 2, pop across the road to the patisserie and get my breakfast, we do have a McDonalds around the corner which is where I go to get my takeaway coffee. We then bound the train for a trip to Montmartre. It is very quiet out and about but then again it is 9am and the french don't really get started until late ...
... so much room to move, much better than the spring carnival. Vlad won the last race which paid for his day and Ivan also did very well for himself. It was a great day!! We left about 6 pm and stumbled back to the tram which was running late. We got our connection onto the Metro at La Defence, where out tickets wouldn't work so we had to jump the barrier! Two stops into our trip Ivan turned to Vlad and said, "so when do we change to the train?" That sums up our day. The ...
... he was quite eager to have us see the old market. Semi interesting, but we ended up having lunch at a Breton cafe, where we all have savory crepes (galettes). I had crab and it was delicious. We also tried the fermented cider, very "Breton" we were told, which was refreshing (it WAS).
... planning to go to a street callled Rue Mouffetard, where on Sundays a street market is held.
Before that we looked around St. Germain, walking past the church of St. Sulpice, then to Rue Rennes, before returning to the Luxembourg Gardens
To get to Rue Mouffetard we took the metro from St. Michel, to Jussieu then Place Monge, and walked to the "top end" of the street.
It was a busy street given over ...