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... unlike a lot of the other ones that were in the cemetery. After his we looked for Oscar Wilde's grave and after quite some time finally stumbled upon it haha. His was much more elaborate and was really incredible. When we finally figured we had seen enough of the cemetery we set off to go to the famous mall. There's not much that I have to say for this mall.....but wow. We walked in and I was immediately overwhelmed. There were guards letting people in and out of the ...
... We enjoyed a nice lunch of shared salad plate and pane, just have to remember not to say merci and thank you at the same time! Kelly was in foodie heaven going to Pierre Hermes macaroons - wow how special, worlds best enjoying a passion fruit chocolate and a creme brûlée. More trains and stairs to go to the Ecole Militarie to walk through the beautiful parklands to the south of the majestic Eiffel Tower. A large section of the park ...
... After a nice lunch in the village, we headed back to Veron to catch the train to Paris. It arrived late, which cut down on our chocolate tour (that, and the fact that we got a bit lost without Emily). But we did manage to visit Pierre Herme’s, aka "The Picasso of Pastry". Hilary had her first macaroon. And maybe a couple of more . . . She wanted to know why I didn’t tell her about them on our first day in Paris!!
We finished the day with a quick peak ...
... street with a final course of crepes in St Michel. What great joy this afternoon brought to my stomach!
Tomorrow we take the TGV - fast train out of Paris to Bordeaux to continue our travels.
Phil- I have travelled a lot, seen the pyramids, Vegas, New York, but none of them have effected me like the Eiffel Tower. I had a tear in my eye, as we climbed up the never ending stair case. When I was a kid, I saw the tower in movies and books, learned about ...
... beds. He nodded a silent greeting, and I maintained the social contract and head bobbed in return. I scrambled up to the middle bed and tucked myself in, no longer fearing zombies, but slightly fearing waking up with less belongings I began the trip with. We woke up on at 8:30 the next day and we were all surprised to learn that we were able to sleep through the night, even if there were a couple times we started awake. I patted my purse and backpack down and discovered tat ...