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... the lights come on at the Eiffel tower, been to art galleries and wonderful restaurants, seen the Arc de Triomphe and more!
The day before Leah’s family headed off, Friday, we had a picnic lunch at Le Jardin de Plantes (the main botanical garden in France) and then went out to dinner at a small restaurant near Sacre Coeur. The restaurant we went to was very nice and the food was absolutely delicious. The waiter was very friendly. All of the French people ...
... 10 times in the 2 hours we were there) and ask if you speak English. Under the influence of too much wine Scott finally gave in and acknowledged one of them. He signed the petition "Art Vandelay" and his story was that he was a latex salesman. We had a great laugh. She didn't appreciate it that we didn't give her any money.
After a wonderfully relaxing lunch, we ruined our moods by going up the Eiffel Tower. A horrible experience. A nightmare. If you are thinking about doing ...
... wares in store fronts, found a delightful Italian eatery for lunch, took photos with the cute models in front of Abercrombie and Fitch, and made it to Laduree...the famous Parisian tea salon built in 1864. After our fill of scrumptous macaroons, we headed back to meet our group. We took the metro once again and walked to Notre Dame. Another exhausting day...but amazing. Au ...
... wandering up and down the streets perusing the stalls. I bought a nice blue polkadot scarf. We also lost 20 euros from the ATM as Michael went to get 200 euros out and it only gave him 180. So he tried again and got another 20 euros out. When we checked the bank it showed 120 euros being withdrawn! Dodgy ATM!
We were making our way back towards the Pantheon, our next point of call and passed a cafe / boulangerie where we stopped to have some lunch. ...
I am actually writing this entry a little late from London as we didn't have wifi in Paris. It is amazing how disconnected you can feel when you don't have access to the internet for a few days.
The first few pictures in this post are from our last evening in Quevillon. We went out for crepes and said goodbye the horse we had made friends with. We got a few great family pictures before our train ride to ...