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Today we went on a bike tour across Paris to a few parks, monuments and museums, to get a feel for Paris and learn about some of the history. We went with Fat Tire Bike Tour and they were fantastic, great service and great staff. Riding in Paris is so different to another place as it is all flat, Napoleon had it flattened which made our tour so much easier! He had the city flattened to re build and structure Paris with everything inlined with ...
... was also yummy!
We come to the end of another delightful day in Paris. Weather should be good for tomorrow as we head off on more adventures.
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LATE ADDITION: we have since been told that the reason for the new panel on Pont des Arts is because the old panel fell into the river due to the weight of all of those locks. How sound is this bridge??
... a moment real quick and bless Maria’s heart.
She welcomed us with open arms, an introduction to her friendly cat named Mischa, and a fresh pot of French tea. When we told her we hadn’t eaten since breakfast, she started the stovetop and fixed us French Raviolis. This woman is literally an angel. Exhausted, we spent the night getting to know Maria and hearing her life story instead of exploring the confusing city.
... that I had the prettiest smile that he had seen today! Well I’m flattered. He asked where I was from and what I was studying and when I told him I was studying international business he then gave me a little lecture on how tough it was to beautiful and smart in this world, which was amusing. When he was done, he then said that just for me, he was going to play a song. Mind you, this is all on a pedestrian bridge near the Notre dame with many people walking by ...
... Now for more detailed descriptions of food. We started off with some cherry champagne and little muffins that were like cornbread with olives in them. Then we had an appetizer of layered broccoli cream puree, scallops, and caviar. It was delicious and my first time trying caviar! I liked it but wouldn't shell out too much for it. For the main course we had steak with foie gras on top. Another first. It pretty much just tasted like mushroom. And for dessert we ...