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The japanese restaurant before the WC

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April 18, 2003

The japanese restaurant before the WC

After the NMI's meeting, I was supposed to join Valery in a street behind Les Champs Élysées, Paris (where he is actually working). Mister V. was late and difficult to join (no more functional phone), so I made a little trip around his work: bouah... I can say that Les Champs Élysées are beautiful, but the street I explored was ugly.
After that, we went to the Gare de Lyon to manage some things.

The next stage was to find a restaurant to have rest, eat and talk. We choosed a very cool japanese restaurant near the train station.

It was very good (but meantime we were very hungry). After a walk near La Bastille, one of us needed to evacuate water...

Finally, I was obliged to go back home. For me it was direct taking the subway to the Gare de l'Est (and after, the suburbs train)...

... but Valery prefered to walk to go to the nearest RER A station (regional train).

At the diner we talked about our day, work, life, war and last but not least, Wittycube and the Kromacube-OS!

Posted by Jean-Philippe on April 18, 2003 at 05:28 AM 12 Comments, 257 TrackBacks

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