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... were muted from being sick though the texture was nice. Joe had steak and a huge baked potato filled with sour cream. We also shared a nice bottle of Chablis. It was a great way to end our last night in Paris and our month long trip together. We had a few ups and downs and I asked him to stop burping but he is like a brother to me and I am glad we didn't kill each other! I had a lot of fun and its a big deal for a friendship to last a month of traveling ...
... out for dinner with our Europe family at a French restaurant, what a laugh none of us knew what we were ordering, Bob thought he had ordered Fillet Mignon, he was hanging out for a steak as he was fed up with eating pasta, pasta and more pasta and when he got Beef Stroganoff OMG. Anyway the desserts were amazing, the waiter bought out a tray so we could pick, I think he realised we were dumb Aussies & Yanks that didn't learn their French ...
... s paradise filled with old and new editions. It was certainly crowded, and a bit of tourist trap, but we were certainly pleased that we went there. Mary was under strict orders not to mention her Kindle within those four walls.
We then took a further wander round the St Michel area, with Brian having a decadent waffle filled with syrupy caramel before we wended our weary way back to our hotel.
We were each actually hanging out for ...
... Elysee to the Arc de Triomphe, and finally across the river to the Tour Eiffel. The bottom of the Tour was packed even at 10.50 at night. We milled around for a bit, and lo and behold the Tour sparkled! It was very beautiful and magical... it's just fairy lights, but so pretty.
We headed down to the Pompidou the following day. It is a huge building with quite a lot of art. Mostly contemporary art. The view of Paris from the top was stunning. Probably ...
... up again, some had visited the Sacre Coeur which has an amazing presence as it sits high on the hill, and then we walked back down to the bus stop. The church bells were ringing out over the valley. We were lucky and caught the last bus for the day, we changed buses and travelled up the Avenue Des Champs Élysées before travelling around the Arc De Triumph. The traffic going around this amazing land mark is a joyous chaos. There were cars going ...