La Maison Saint Germain
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... the church we passed a lot of jewelry shops, but they were wholesale shops so they wouldn't sell to us. I was feeling a bit discouraged about my shopping prospects until we passed by a store that was advertising a sale and had a sign in the window that said "libre entree" meaning free entry. Cha-Ching! I sifted through their goods while Conor patiently waited and bought three necklaces for only 9 Euros. I was so excited, my spirits were lifted for a weekend full of shopping. But, back ...
... how one person can make such an impact on a trip :)
We saw the Arc de Triomphe which was so massive it was hard to believe! We didn’t however get to go to the top because it cost too much & we knew there was so many more sights to see! We headed to the Eiffel Tower after which was so extremely beautiful when the evening sky hit. Wow, absolutely breathtaking. Unfortunately the lines were outrageous to take the elevator to the top (and I was OK with that!) ...
... anyway. I double locked the door
and then took one of my shoelaces and tide the door shut to one of our roller
suitcases that was stored above the door. If anyone did manage to get the locks
open and opened the door, they would have had a 20lb roller hit them in the
head! It was a long and very rough night and we arrived in Venice rattled,
tired and feeling like we just been on a boat for weeks… and then we had to get
on a real boat!
... but very pleasant riding around through shady forest areas, next to the lakes etc. Then caught the train back to Paris central where Mitch and I went separate ways with the plan to meet up at lunchtime closer to home. Mitch off to check out sports stores, me to check out bookstores – how very in character for both of us! I had originally planned to revisit the Musee de L’Orangerie for another dose of Monet’s waterlilies, but there was a reasonable line ...
... of the number of times that someone has offered to give up their seat to Mary.