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... and its surf.
Anyway, we left behind the racks upon racks of fishing gear and went up to the mezzanine floor edging closer for lunch at the cafe upstairs. We herded the kids away from the stuffed toys…. "yes their so cute and no, you can't have one". The toy cars with boat trailers plus the shooting gallery were also distractions from ordering lunch. I observed how the entire cafe was like stepping into a men's domain with ...
... in Florence, 2 nights in Nice, 1 night in Lyon and 2 nights in Paris and then back home.
It should be a wonderful trip and we hope you will enjoy following us along. We were lucky enough to discover another blog from a gentleman that took this exact trip earlier last month. By following his story we have discovered that we will not have internet consistently. So please be patient with us, we will post when can.
See y'all later.