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... to the lovely Luxembourg gardens, picnicked in the Tuileries gardens, strolled up past the obelisk of the Place de la Concorde and along the Champs Elysees (this time bypassing the exorbitant priced coffee shops!) to the grand Arc de Triomphe. We walked across many of the bridges crossing from the left to right bank, and the Ile St Louis (this time bypassing the famous ice cream shop), and of course spent time in the lovely Latin Quarter and St Germain.
While we were ...
... the city for the first time was paralyzing. I felt instantly in love, as I assumed I might. The cafe on the corner was everything you would imagine...red awning, croissants, ashtrays, people speaking french and looking mysteriously and effortlessly fabulous. In every direction was architecture that you might expect, but hardly believe.Cobblestone streets, monuments, weeping willows tucked in between, church bells are ringing and there is a ...
... enjoyed the people watching. I had a delicious salad with jambon and foie gras, followed of course by un café. A group of 4 Americans sat down next to me, two moms with their daughters, I presume, and it was so interesting listening to their conversation. Hearing them talk about their jam-packed days of sightseeing and how they were going to fit it all in, reminded me of my previous trips to Europe. Its strange how different this trip is. I didn't plan ...
... I sew, I can at least rip the mistakes out and start over. We were in one room and most of the statues didn't have heads. Couldn't tell if they were meant to have heads or if they had fallen off in transit. Curious question. We did see some fabulous art work. And because we had bought our passes ahead of time, we could walk ahead of the crowds everywhere we went. Felt kind of special.
We left the Louvre and ...
... guys. Yea, us! We left the ship after turning in our comment sheets and a charge for the 240 Euros as a tip for the crew. We walked to the train station, dragging our luggage. Wayne wouldn't let me pull mine so he had both his and mine and all I had was my backpack. We found a Starbucks & ordered coffee or hot chocolate so we could sit at their table until we had to find our 11:15 am train to Paris. We were served a snack and ...