Cross channel ferries near to fantastic cafes18.01.2010
People taking cross channel ferries will be close to a selection of cafes that are ideal for visitors wanting to relax while enjoying a glass of wine, according to one newspaper.
The Guardian reported on the wide range of establishments around Paris which are perfect for those who love a tipple in ostentatious surroundings.
Commenting on the Cafe Marly, it reported: "This cafe is swooningly romantic. Nestled in the arcades of the Louvre, its super-cosy heated terrace overlooks the Cour Napoléon and pyramid, which glows in the dark. Café Marly is the place to go with your love on a twilight evening."
Other establishments which were recommended by the newspaper included the Cafe Hugo, which was named after Victor Hugo, the man who wrote Les Miserables and Le Pick Clops that the Guardian claimed is a friendly destination for everyone.
Food lovers taking cross channel ferries can try their hand at some of Keith Floyd"s dishes while in the region and could even pick up ingredients from the local markets dotted around the area.
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