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... that is where we were heading.
Arrived at the 'Champs Elysees' along with 1,000's of others!
Over the loud speaker they were continuously reporting on the race and there was a big screen to watch too.
We chose to hang around outside the 'Arc De Triomphe' but we are sure the crowds would have stretched all the way along the 'Champs Elysees' without a doubt.
Ideally the best viewing position would have been on top of the 'Arc de Triomphe' but ...
... get across the Airport by foot and so took her forever.
No drama. Paul to the rescue. Carmen and I hung around the gate where we came out and Paul took pleasure in going on a walkabout.
You guessed it. He came back with Danita. He headed towards the RER train station where he knew she would have to be. Yep, she was walking along and Paul called out 'Danita'. She was so surprised to hear her voice being called she spotted ...
... only to land in the middle of a protest. We thought the protesters counted approx 25, whereas the riot police were into the hundreds with dozens of vehicles standing by and streets blocked off. We thought if we put our hearts into it the two of us could probably raise more of a riot than the half hearted protesters.
We finally arrived home where Adam and Katie were beginning to worry about us, though they had calmed their nerves with savoury and sweet crepes ...
... the streets of Paris on Monday, we all made a wish and added a padlock to the bridge Le Pont des Arts. Only the French could have two such bridges; one for your 'committed' love, and one for your lover! We also took some time to admire the extraordinary architecture of the Notre Dame Cathedral. It is very graceful; the stained glass windows are beautiful and the arches within lead your eyes up and up.
I'm looking out the window of ...
... was like night and day. My room felt brighter, warmer, and more like a bedroom. It is about the same size as the dorm I lived in at Clemson, has a bathroom (thankfully), closet, and a kitchenette (with hotplates, microwave, mini fridge & sink). I also realized how lucky I am to have been assigned a room on the 8th floor with a balcony (only 3 of us have one!!). I have a view of ...