Top Ten Baguette Project
So far we've had baguettes from 6 of the top 10 winners. We still need to get baguettes from numbers 2, 4, 6, and 10, but that shouldn't be a problem.
Does this street name mean what I think it means?
The former street name is Rue de la Femme Sans Teste. I've sent out a request to my official translator to verify what that means.
Heloise and Abelard lived here (in 1349).
We saw this sign on a building on Île de la Cité yesterday.
Dinner at Creperie Beaubourg
Today is Janet and John's last evening in Paris, so we had dinner at a crepe restaurant we've enjoyed in the past. My crepe had goat cheese and cooked apples, Janet's had veggies and an egg, John's had Roquefort cheese and veggies, and Bill's had chicken and veggies.
We had dessert crepes too. Mine had chestnut cream, Janet's had chocolate mint ice cream with whipped cream, John's had bananas, raisins, and coconut in a chocolate sauce, and Bill's had a dense chocolate cake with chocolate sauce. Yum!
Today's Cheeses: Brie de Melun, Roquefort, and Fougerus (Delicious!)