Travel Blogs from Paris
... Inspired by Napolean and Josephine, balls of passion fruit parfait were coated with passion fruit infused cream and passion fruit sorbet. Definitely and totally yummerific.
After our pastry adventure we headed back to the hazy, nicotine laden streets of Paris to shop and eat for a few more days. We finally headed home with our both our stomachs and heads much fuller than when we left.
... down his lover in the rain drenched streets of Paris. Later I learned that the bike was Franco's father's bike from the 60s and he had it meticulously restored. Which, by the way, does not mean my version of the story won't some day come to frution. Look at the picture again. What else do you see? I saw a tower of dishes, and until somebody ordered the antipasti appetizer I had no idea what might be contained inside. Grilled veggies, stuffed olives, ...
... I’ve not seen for 30 years, had noticed my Facebook “We’re going on a trip to Paris” notice and had e-mailed me to say that he, his wife and their son would be in Paris at the same time. We sorted out the details and arranged to meet at Café Constant (another recommendation of Chantal’s – Cathy has, a number of times, commented that seeking recommendations from people kind of obligates you to go to the places they recommend, ...
... but wait !, the driver was gesturing wildly and suddenly I saw in small print the id.!!!!
In we jumped. We arrived at Naples station totally gripping our belongings after the fiasco last time we boarded one of these high speed trains. For an hour we stood scanning the departure board and then on we got- We planned every bag transfer so there was minimal hands off the cases at any minute. We were strangely in first class this time which was ...
... posing for a farewell photo with Dee on the balcony, Miki called a taxi for us, and by the time Franco and I had moved the bags downstairs, it had arrived, and we were on our way.
Some final thoughts about Florence offered by Dee:
We live in a world of beauty, charm and adventure. I have to say that Florence had it all, from our apartment to the many tiny streets; the Uffizi gallery to the statue of "David"; the rooftop ...
Other places to stay in Paris
St-Germain-des-Pres, Paris | 4 star hotelfrom $315
Pigalle, Paris | 3 star hotelfrom $170
St-Germain-des-Pres, Paris | 2 star hotelfrom $157
Montparnasse, Paris | Hotelfrom $76
3 rue Lepic, Paris | Hotel$236 average