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... commemorates the 200,000 French who died in the concentration camps. We couldn't find it. Turns out it is being renovated, and is currently behind a tall fence! We then crossed the Seine on a bridge whose sides are full of padlocks that people have written on and fastened to the mesh. It is solid locks! We wandered the Left Bank bookstalls, went into the Latin Quarter to grab some lunch, touched base at the English ...
... I think we all wish to avoid! Seriously! So the first 3 days are gone, tomorrow we will walk about 4 miles for Gail to see the beach and then take another day of our bus tour around the other half of the city. I'd love to squeeze in a tour of Gaudi's "La Familia" what an amazing place it looks to be. And tuesday morning we will again fight our way back to the big train station and on to Madrid. How can it be going so fast? It's a mystery to me! Blessings to all! jude and Gail Sent from my ...
So our weekend of joyeux anniversaires has been completed. We spent mikey's birthday touring the metro system (not intentionally), getting out eventually at invalides and headed towards the de la Concorde. Firstly we stopped at a French flea market (when in France..) where we enjoyed some champagne and some version of a hot dog. We then walked further up and journeyed up the Avenue des Champs- Elysées. This was lovely and quite a surprise as I thought ...
... quiche. Then back onto the metro, change trains and end up at the bottom of the hill to the basilica. We hiked through the touristy street and up to the top....more stairs! We toured the building, took a walk around the art district where street artists will sketch and awesome picture of you, and snacked on crepes (mine with nutella and bananas). We bought some french cheese at a little market and headed home to rest our weary feet. Sorry this was so long but we did a ...
... restaurant in Paris to eat at. i had the Sweetbread panfried, fennel and truffles cappelletti pasta,
infused fenugrec seeds juice and for dessert i had the Milk chocolate mousse on hazelnut pastry, caramel ice-cream and Guérande sea salt. the food was amazing, it satisfied my hunger and i surely enjoyed the environment as well.