Park & Suites Village Montevrain
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... and I mentioned it when they picked up my plate baby touched. The main man came back and said the kitchen sent their apologies and they took it off the bill. Nice! Jeff had veal liver with mushrooms and potato purée. Dessert was poached pears with raspberry and Madeleine's for me and a chocolate floating island with mango and passion fruit. Washed down by an excellent bottle of Saint Estephe. Well it didn't take much persuading ...
While Anjan studied, I got to become a french baker for a day. At La Cuisine, I spent the day learning how to make french baguettes and other tricks of the trade. Besides baguettes we made fougasse (focaccia) and rolls. Anjan ate them ...
... is also amazing, and shares many of the same qualities, except with a lot more hills and tourists.
We walked along the Seine in the evening, and made sure to visit all of the monuments at nighttime as well. In my opinion, Paris is more beautiful at night. We also made sure to engage in very French things, such as: eating pain au chocolat, croissants and many baguettes, enjoying French "petit dejeuner" at various cafes and drinking beer/wine before 11am.
... also many areas around this site that are fenced off as there are still areas that contain explosives. Sheep grazed these areas to act as 'lawnmowers' - anything heavier could detonate the undiscovered explosives. In the afternoon we spent time at cemetery in the centre of the town of Arras. This site served as a field hospital in WWI. The names of the dead, placed on the monument, seemed to go on and on. I found it interesting ...
... try hundreds but we didn't have either the time or the inclination at this stage. It was now 6.10pm and I was worried about Stephs dinner. Quick phone call to Tim and all good, Margaux had sent in something. We caught train back to Saint Lazare and then the bus over to see Steph. Didn't get there until 7.45 and feeling pretty stuffed! She looked very well, no pain and hoping to get out on Sunday. Taxi this time ...