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... in the next morning. The idea had been to have a champagne breakfast but we were all a bit seedy from the night before so decided to save the champers for later! Instead we had bacon & eggs, fresh croissants from the bakery, and coffee! We went for a wander to the shops after that while Sam had his appt at the local barber for a straight shave! They loved his beard and were very disappointed in him shaving it off!
We had planned to go see the movie Inside Out ...
... worth seeing. I heard an American complaining about Mona Lisa and that it's almost unsafe with the way people jostle around her. It was pretty crazy, so we only stayed for about an hour and already our feet were playing up.
We continued on and decided to take our time and walk the length of the Champs Elysee. Oh dear, we succumbed yet again to another crepe (so hard to resist). We had a much needed rest sitting at a pretty man made lake and fountain, ...
... but I like to defend myself with selectivity - if it's a good photo by all means take it, share it, shout it from the roof tops, mass produce it and sell it on Etsy for $10 a print but if it's not, think to yourself - when will I look at these 609 poorly taken photos of things I can't even remember again?! It's a free world - that's just my opinion, you're entitled to your own. I will give the Parisians a huge pat on ...
... of Venus de Milo.
Gary let me get my shopping fix at last, so we visited the shopping centre Les Quantres- at the metro where we got off. Had a quick look around and this is where Gary bought his last pair of shoes. What a shoe king he has become. :-)
Our only regret was not being able to see the Catacombes as they were closed Mondays and didn't want to risk it Tuesday - reviews were a little off putting ...
... the collection amassed by Guilome, who wanted to open a modern art museum, but died before he could do so. We still owed Evan his macarons, so we walked over to the Galeries Lafayette, which is the Parisian version of Harod's. We thought we had gone to the Galeries Lafayette last week (after the movie), but it must have been an outpost because this one took up two city blocks and was much more impressive. Luckily, we ran in to the Pierre Herme stand right away ...