Auberge Du Cheval Blanc
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Having hardly used any Metro tickets, we decided to use the underground to get to the Arc de Triomphe. Another climb up a spiral staircase (a dizzying experience for me!), and we found ourselves overlooking the Champs Élysées (a long, wide avenue of expensive shops). The arch is like the hub of a wheel, with roads radiating out from it in all directions. When we came down from the roof, there was my sun hat, reesting on top of a post! I had dropped ...
... of the French Caribbean, I said I like almost everything but wasn’t in the mood for zouk, a rhythmic, carnivalesque music from the French islands of Martinique and Guadeloupe. He laughed out loud. "So you have been to the Antilles to know about zouk?" he asked. I said I had. He said “because we can put on Tropiques FM if you like” teasing me. The ice was broken. As we made our way through the traffic we talked about France the Caribbean, the ...
... a wine person, so I didn't really do too much wine tasting, but the lunch they gave us was super fresh and delicious. At this point, I thought we were done, (I was about done.) but there was still one more chateau to visit. Chambord (which is also a liqueur that tastes like raspberry, if my bartending memory serves me correctly.) Unfortunately, there's no relation. It was probably the most magnificent castle, created by Catherine Medici, but it was ...
... relax by the Seine (something we talked about but hadn't done yet.) So we took some wine and walked out to the Seine and just sat there watching people and boats (and the guy contemplating suicide). It was a great sunny afternoon in Paris! We then wondered up to the Isle de St. Louis and stopped again at St. Regis for dinner. Something light, but still in a great atmosphere of Paris! Returning home, we were quite content on yet another great ...
A quiet market and homework/cooking day until this evening when we went to a boutique brewery bar nearby called Frog et Rosbif where we watched the Australians just fall short again. Sooo frustrating especially as we were robbed. The beers and cider were ...