Auberge Du Cheval Blanc
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... mark of Paul Bert, comparatively quickly. The money shot, in all implied senses, comes as i walk up the adjacent rue Paul Bert outside the gates of the actual market, and come across a half dozen boutiques that put all the others to shame - set up in sprawling and impeccably decorated spaces, sometimes over several floors, with gorgeous vintage pieces - often of of medical or industrial or military origin - all mis-en-scène in the most flattering light as electronic ...
So, my last day in Paris. Sunday morning the Rue Cler markets were in full swing as this is when the locals do their shopping. Fresh, fresh, fresh....everything is fresh...no wonder the food tastes so good here. I ordered my breakfast which included freshly squeezed orange juice, a croissant so flaky it melted in my mouth, coffee and a fluffy, delicious ham and cheese omlette. Best breakfast I had in France so far! Baguettes were being bought up brusquely from ...
... mins, and being a real nuisance, I found what I thought would be a good place. At "Fish La Boissonnerie" at 69 rue de Seine we just had a lovely meal. The place was packed and only had two tables left. It is run by a New-Zealander and a Cuban-American. It is best described as fish focussed, modern French. This is probably my second favourite restaurant in Paris so far. On a completely different note before I shut down. Just listening to the news - wild what is going on in Egypt right ...
... down into the depths of the city. I ended up spending a bit less than an hour down there, though there was one section closed off due to flooding (that rain we had a couple of days ago had to go somewhere I guess, but it added to the atmosphere!), so I'm not sure how long that section would have taken to see.
Thursday, March 28th-
The trip began hectic as usual when I had Buffy and I get on the bus to the train station, but in the wrong direction. With so much travelling and public transportation, we have these moments on the regular but usually bounce back pretty well. This appeared to be the case until the bus broke down in the middle of the street and the bus driver seemed less than interested in our broken-Italian complaints/worries that we had to be at the station in 15 minutes. We ...
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- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking