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... why it's so important to truly seize the day! Seeing Milou was absolutely wonderful though as she is just a beautiful human being inside and out and I'm so thankful that Jord has been able to maintain this friendship as it was great to catch up with her! After the little Peruvian reunion we said goodbye to Paris and returned to Fontainebleau where we grabbed a late night dinner at a cute little Mexican restaurant. My Enchiladas were delicious however ...
... the boat ride.
We hiked across a pedestrian bridge to the right bank and then across the Jardin des Tuileries to the Rue de Rivoli, walked half a block to Angelina, and I’m too ashamed to give you the details of what followed except to say that they do indeed have the best hot chocolate in the world and some of the best pastries as well. Close to an hour later (the service there is not fast), we rode our sugar highs back out to the street, ...
... for him. We were rather hoping for somewhere not too expensive like a H&M (where he could get his beloved Beckham undies!) but we made do with a French shop I can't remember the name of. We got him a hat too because it was pretty chilly! While walking further up the street we came across a hidden gem, set back from the road, see photos! After our purchases we headed back towards La Demie Lune, where we were greeted like old friends. We ordered 3 cheese fondue with prosciutto, chips ...
... was surprised to get a not so delicate whiff of barnyard from the cow intestines that made up the sausage. I haven't seen him that colour of green since the first time I took him for dim sum! He even the table before dessert. I guess we need to be better informed before placing an order when we eat somewhere like this again.
On the long walk back to the hotel, we discovered that the best app ever created ...
... it is the biggest in Europe. The French can be very proud of their achievements and one can understand their general attitude, which at times is generally seen as arrogance by some.
When the Château was built, Versailles was a country village; today, however, it is a wealthy suburb of Paris, some 20 kilometres southwest of the French capital.
The Court of Versailles was the center of political power in France from 1682, when Louis XIV moved ...