Hotel Saint Andre des Arts
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... it. They open for set hours, lunch being midday til 2p.m. so as the restaurant rapidly filled they had to jump around. They had a set menu and also a la carte, they call it menu and plate., usually de la jour. Their menu, which I had was 6 courses starting off with a large dish of a coarse pate with a knife stuck in it with which you extract what you need and, with a basket of very fresh rolls it was great, especially as they serve it with a ...
... Louvre which is shut on Tuesday so we couldn't go in and see the Mona Lisa but got to see the outside. It's huge and was built as a palace for Louis VI but he said it was too small! Went to the Notre Dame which was absolutely beautiful, favourite place I've seen in Paris. I'm not even religious but found myself feeling emotional, other people said the same. It was built 850 years ago and is still ...
... the end of our time in France, with Bec and Tim heading to Munich for another tour, and Mitch and Joan commencing their horrible flight home on Monday morning. Bec has also succumbed to a nasty cough which had struck about half of the bus....we almost thought we escaped the lurgy but alas got it in the last few days of the tour.
Am having some trouble downloading photos from the camera so my iPhone ones will have to suffice for this post!
... gaze of the Arc De Triomphe at the head of the Avenue.
Tuesday. Not a good day. Tuesday was a day for technology meltdown. First up, Julies phone decided to get no reception. Given that our international travel SIM was in it meant we had limited ability to talk to the world. Thankfully it proved to be a temporary glitch. A few hours later it came good. A bigger problem though was our laptop decided to pack it in. We ...
... more people than normal were driving!
We did feel sorry for out tour manager as many of us ended up falling asleep on the tour or struggled to stay awake fighting jet lag, getting into bed was blissful!
Day 2 in Paris
We started the day with a French buffet (the chocolate croissants are proving to be my enemy!) in which we found out a few of our fellow contikians had experienced their first night out in Paris in which drinks are less than half ...