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The day before Grandpa left he gave us the gift of watching the kids after we put them to bed so we could head out and see Paris by night. Carissa and I took the metro down to the area by the Seine and the Louvre. It was absolutely beautiful to see Paris by night, with all the buildings and bridges lit up, and people hanging out everywhere. We first went to the Louvre which is just beautifully lit at night. We took some selfies, ...
... see what you wanted to see. The bus had an indoor lower level and an open upper level. I spent the tour on the upper level even when it started to rain. I wasn't able to take as many photos as I would have liked, because of the rain, but I was still able to get some.
The buses stopped running about eight, so we walked back to our hotel, cleaned up, rested up, and then headed back out by foot.
We made our way to the Pont ...
... from some google searches that the Bois de Boulogne (the big park near our neighborhood) which is very beautiful and safe during the day turns into a place to pick up prostitutes in the night and can be quite unsafe.
Stress. More fervent internet searches and reading.
Learned that neighborhood is safe and an archetypical bourgeois Paris neighborhood. The park is also very safe during the day. BUT DONT GO THERE AT NIGHT.
... while reading an article on restaurants in Paris. Paid the bill & left. Noticed another waiter grabbed the tip I left my waiter, went back into the cafe & ratted on the man, told my waiter he had taken the tip!!
Spent the evening getting settled & drinking wine. Made chicken piccata for dinner, took a bubble bath & just enjoyed being where I was at ~ Pura Vida (as they say in Costa Rica)!
... Ed got a blue, white and red one).
We then had a look inside the church. We had a bit of a maths lesson inside the church - the signs by the candles suggested a €3 donation for a tea light and €10 for a large candle. Ed noticed this and started counting how many candles in a box, how many boxes were stacked up and how much the church could expect to raise from donations for candles.