Auberge Du Cheval Blanc
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... but there didn’t seem to be anything there and if there was it was definitely not sheltered. Quite a lot of the quays were taken up by working barges too, so not very cruiser friendly. There were some pontoons on the river but that still meant we would get the wash from the barges. Isi found a marina off the river earlier than we had planned to stop, so we decided to investigate as it was near a railway station and hopefully a supermarket. ...
... and out of the many doors that lead to the apartment and garbage bins outside. Very secure lodging. And, the best for the girls (and me too). Perfect wifi! I think we'll be fine here. The girls and I walked to the grocery store about a block down rue Monge-Franprix- and bought a few groceries...fixed spaghetti for dinner and relaxed the rest of the ...
... French it all was when she started singing Autumn Leaves ( a French composition and jazz standard) only to top that off with La vi en Rose. Some cynics may say how clichéd, but it was just wonderful. The waiting staff, a young woman and man danced to some of the music and interacted with the singer in a way that just made me enjoy the moment. To top my evening off, he let me have a free sample of some foie gras with my Sauternes as they are a ...
... take and from which station. Standing on the platform, the first train came by and it was packed full! A couple of people jammed themselves in but we just couldn't do it so we just said - next one. Well, three minutes later and exactly the same thing. After the third one, I said the next one is it and we will force our way in like a local. With our bags securely held we pushed our way in and off we went - sweaty arm pits and all! It was only for 3 stops. Relief came one ...
... sweet fifteen-year old Coteaux de Layons that we had splashed out on at our local wine shop on the way home. We went in looking for Monbazillac but were swayed to this by the salesperson. We are so glad she convinced us, as it is a real find for only around NZ$30. Generally speaking, though, there's no need to spend more than $10 to $15 here for something very drinkable. An early night, as we are both exhausted. Tomorrow: Montmartre proper and Sacré ...
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