Adagio Paris La Defense Le Parc
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... Latin Quarter where we had lunch. We again had 'traditional' French dishes, I had duck confit and Rob had cassoulet. More walking back to Ille St Louise, calling in at some shops to buy food for dinnner. Sunday, the last day in Paris, (this time!?). A very late start - it's so easy to sleep in when the sun doesn't gently rise until after 7.30am. We walked to markets we have visited before, in Bastille. These are mostly fresh produce on a large scale. We had ...
... was to be delayed- at first only about 30 minutes, a bit over 2 hours later we were off, little did we know that those 2 hours were going to be important on the other end. We had started out with 4 hours in Madrid before our train to Barcelona. Flight was good, a bit squashed, otherwise, good flight. Smooth landing and thru customs to our bags, wee delay there, off to the train station in the airport. Time was marching on and I realized we had less and less time. At every ...
... and made our way to the ticket booth. We had ordered discount Disney passes from "viator.com" which I highly recommend for all excursions anywhere in the world. We used that website for several tours and prepaid meals during our trip. Prices were better than booking direct with the supplier, almost a wholesale rate. On the Disney tickets alone we saved over $150 on the four of them compared to buying direct from Disney. We made our way to exchange our vouchers, and then headed to ...
... think what it had been like earlier because the crowds I experienced were shoulder to shoulder in many of the rooms.
I enjoyed walking around the grounds and I found a lovely quiet spot with a beautiful view of the lake to eat my lunch. If I had been up to it there were trails marked around different areas showing where King Louis XIV went for his daily walks, and you could imagine what a relief it would have been for him ...
... appreciatively. We did find the gourmet section of Printemps and enjoyed a stroll through the food aisles. We sampled the fois gras and decided that would be our purchase today. We wandered through the wine and liquor area and saw huge magnums of very expensive champagne. Cory found a large bottle Glen Fidditch, a premium scotch, that sold for 16,650 euros. Yes, that's over $20,000 for a bottle of scotch! Cory tried to take a picture of it ...