Excelsuites Hotel - Residence
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... if not more. Neesa had turned me on to the Google Maps app which, if you program your trip in while you have wifi will remember it once you're out and don't have wifi. Best tip ever!! So I found my spot, no problem, and got a lovely table facing the street where it was bustling with tourists. I knew I wanted oysters so I got 1/2 dozen. These were imported from Ireland and apparently some of the best available anywhere. They didn't disappoint and I ate them up quickly and ordered a ...
... jasmine, woods, amber, and musks. I also got jasmine incense, half of an egg carton of soap (scents: magnolia, rose, honeysuckle, lavender, orange blossom, and jasmine), and a white flower scented candle. My rooms at home in MN (and myself) are going to smell so beautiful!
Overall, it was an amazing weekend of traveling. I am looking forward to many more in the upcoming weeks! I am loving how I can have mini-vacations almost every weekend! Adieu for now!
... water bottles, she filled them with ice. Much of our water on this trip has been warm bathroom tapwater from random restaurants, so we fully appreciate a cold beverage. We decided to splurge a bit with our food, so MT ordered a chicken breast, Hero ordered a lamb chop, and I ordered fish stuffed with shrimp. It was DELICIOUS. I normally like to eat a lot of fish, and it's been killing me being on the coast and not eating much fish. This hit the spot.
When we went ...
... huge posters of antique French advertisements, pistols and old selzer bottles to name a few. In this same corridor, we sat at an outdoor cafe and enjoyed a Croquet Madame and an espresso. Here we were able to sit back and watch groups of locals greet one another at the same cafe with a double kiss, cheek-to-cheek. I thought mom (Laure) would fit right in here, as they all had their little dogs and Creme Brûlée would have been such a big ...
... an elderly mother who is ailing and a sister with cancer, yet she has treated us like royalty and we have made a friend. To those of you who have followed us on this blog, we can only say that you have been great traveling companions and it has been a joy to have you along, with your wonderful, funny and touching comments. We count ourselves as very lucky to have been able to take an idea, "Wouldn't it be great ...