|Decoration on the school on rue de Rome|
|Entrance to Gare St. Lazare.|
We both started with the filet of herring which was pretty much a meal in itself what with all the boiled potatoes. I then had the confit of canard, which turned out to be two confits, crisply fried potatoes and vegetable. Mary had saute de veau in olives with fettuccini. We had a bottle of Chinon - lots of character, full bodied, yet quite light and easy to drink.
The waitress brought us chocolate cups with liqueur as we were too full to eat dessert.
I explained we were returning to Canada tomorrow and said, "A la prochaine," and we parted with cheek kisses.