Sejours et Affaires Paris La Villette
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... don't feel too many immediate effects of this, although I'm sure the long term effects are still there. I have a hard time saying no, it just feels rude. However after lunch I couldn't resist the urge to nap. I must make an effort to resist the foods that I know aren't best for me, ugh. Joris had a work dinner this evening, so I went for a walk as the sun was setting and made my way back to the Sacre Coeur where I knew there would be a lovely view. And ...
Our evening cycle tour was great! We were fitted with bikes, given instructions about signals and made to feel like a team! We were to ‘DOMINATE’ the road at times; use our hands and faces to express our power over the traffic; keep in front of the ‘derriere’ rider; follow our fearless leader Alexandria; enjoy the lovely weather; stop to take photos; buy a great ice-cream and listen to historic commentary and take in all the ...
... feeling. Then the pain hit me as I tried to shuffle along. A lady grabbed me and gave me a big green poncho thing to keep warm and a finisher's t-shirt. I shuffled along some more and a man put a medal over my head. I shuffled along some more and grabbed a bottle of water, banana and orange pieces. I Ate these, then exited to try and find Paul, Alexa, Eva, Dwaine and Jake where we planned to meet. There were people everywhere. I sat on a gutter and waited ...
... had a coffee at Cafe de Flore, explored some back streets. Very relaxing.
Dinner tonight was superb!! Julie had a plate of seared scallops with a vegetable compote, while I opted for a roasted lamb loin with gratineeted artichokes. We let the waiter match the wine to the meal, and a superb selection it was too. We finished off with some deserts, both of which punched all of our sweet tooth buttons. A perfect way to finish our Xmas day.
... ended we gave tips to the guide and I
suggested we all went to lunch together. Most people were keen so we went to Le
Relais Gascon and I ate a tartiflette. Everyone was really glad I suggested
lunch together, and I was happy to bring people together. The two Belgian
people worked in health and said that Belgians liked caring for people – how nice
is that? The American was a physiologist and has done the Camino de ...