Residence Mercure Le Scenario
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... down the street and came upon the calvary staging area. We stayed there and watched the horses and riders get set to join the parade. We also got to see a variety of French aircraft fly overhead (planes, helicopters). The parade lasted about 2 hours in its entirety. After that, we walked to a Pret a Manger for lunch (and to sit down!) and then decided to head down the Champs Elysee as many of the shops were open. Brad and Evan ...
... just come alive when the sun is out and you get to see their full beauty and craftsmanship, they change colour with sunshine. We hop onto our boat which is glass from floor to roof so you don't miss any of the major attractions along the river. We have a lovely table for two squeezed in against other couples sitting along the glass wall. Personal space is something that they don't really get either, but we have become accustomed to ...
... so excited! We took the Metro to Cardinal Lemoine and walked down to 19 quay de la Tournelle and there it was, Rotisserie du Beaujolais. Upon entering we were greeted by two smiling faces, we told them we were friends of Patrick's & they knew who were were & asked for our coats. We noticed a beautiful cat laying on a ledge, his name was Beaujolais and he was 18 years old. The waiter, Valentine, led us to our table that ...
... 2 visits, popped into the jewellery gallery again and then it was off for a late lunch at Ottolenghi in Islington. After lunch which was delicious I decided to catch a double decker bus to Sloane Square which took me about 45 minutes. Wandered around a bit and came across The Saatchi Gallery which was having an exhibition of paper art. Some odd and some very interesting. Back on the tube to get back to my hotel. A soak in the bath and now packing for the very last ...