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... yummy breakfast, we set off for the Eiffel Tower! We caught the Metro to station Trocadero then walked across the bridge after passing the Palais Chaillot. Unfortunately the hawkers were out in force as they have been since we arrived. They were as bad in Rome and do detract from ones enjoyment of a place as they often fan out so you have to pass at least one of them to get to wherever it is you need to get to. And they can be quite intimidating, although the grim look ...
The rue Mouffetard in Paris, where we are staying, has existed since Neolithic times, and was known in the Roman era. Since medieval times it has been a food neighborhood, and today is a charming, pedestrian-only source of every imaginable specialty--several boucheries, patisseries, cheese shops, wine shops, fishmonger, chocolatiers, fruits and ...
... breeze or shade to be found. I was one sweaty lady! The Queen has a burn on exactly half of her body. Hi-*******-larious. Kenzie and I followed that up by taking a stroll down the Champs-Élysées. It's where the race was taking place. We were on a shopping mission to find skimpier clothing. I was under the impression our trip to Paris would be on the cooler side. Wrong. Wrong. Very ...
... of Winter. Well that's a pretty good excuse I reckon for more photos!
Time was getting away from us and we still had a big night ahead. So onward bound to home. Paul managed to set the smoke alarm off while heating up our spinach and feta pastries (no he did not burn them) so that was a small drama which we could have done without but something to mention in my Blog.
Danita and I made a visit to the Laundrymat as she was fresh out of clean ...
... her. We saw all the biggies, including the Monna Lisa. I was surprised by how small the actual painting is. For some reason I thought it was a lot bigger. The room it is in was packed wall to wall with people trying to take pictures. We took the metro back to the hotel, rested up and walked to the Eiffel Tower. Had dinner at a nearby restaurant. Then went back to the Eiffel Tower for more ...