Auberge Du Cheval Blanc
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The day had come. Paris with its stripes and pastries was calling our name. Finally to be reunited with my one true love, the almond croissant. The day started early, very early. 5:30am early, waking from our GBK burger induced coma we made our way across Earls Court to the tour meeting hotel. 6:45am and we were off, Dover bound then onto France via the ferry. Halfway to Dover I found a new appreciation for the Eurostar, my method of transport to France on ...
... up for awhile. Dinner was great, in a little Italian restaurant. We had lasagna, with a great dessert of hot chocolate cake with a toffee crunch ice cream. Two others got desserts to share also, and we ended up all passing them around--a lovely tiramisu and a light, lemony pannacotta with raspberry sauce. We said farewell, with plans to go to dinner in Lacey with the couple from Olympia sometime soon. Another full and fun day in Paris! ...
... run by a you g couple from the Dordogne. The husband was the chef and the wife did everything else, though when she was taking care of a table. her husband would carry out the prepared dishes from the kitchen. Both were fluent in English. I was delightedly to be the to find joue de cochon on the menu, having had and loved joue de boeuf---joue being cheeks! They are cooked long and ...
... I were on the tour so we had our own private guide. We started the tour from Rue Lepic near the Moulin Rouge (nothing special in the day time). It was great to see Dalida's House and her bronze statue where visitors rub her boobs for luck. We didn't bother doing doing this however. Up Rue Lepic we saw the cafe Les Deux Moulin (where the movie Amelie was made) and followed up the hill (whew) to where the other ...
... them art (check out the pair of trousers to see what I mean). But many of them were really funny (like the hands in plastic gloves throwing shadows on the wall), and some were really clever (like the row of round objects on the floor that ended with a yellow bubble car towing a big trailer in the shape of an orange). There were a lot of things to see on that floor and every so often you'd get close to a window and see the rain pelting down outside.
Just when I ...