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... the fruit and veg shop. For croissants, the bakery. Get it? We shopped for today's lunch and dinner only without stocking up the refrigerator like in the States. Two grocery bags with a long loaf of bread peeking out the top made us feel Parisian. We bought croissants and a delicious gateau covered with Swiss cheese and olives and baked - crunchy and flavorful. Shop after shop brought us to the roast chicken and potatoes that ...
The fearless trio embarked late in the morning, headed for the Arc de Triomphe and a stroll down the famous, glitzy, and touristy Champs-Elysees. It turned out to be more of a trek than we anticipated, however, because the warm weather (mid-70's) had us huffing and puffing our way around most of the day.
We arrived at Place Charles de Gaulle (a.k.a. Etoile), site of the Arc de Triomphe, via metro. While finding our bearings, ...
... was golden in sunrise light and you could pick out all of Le Paris' iconic landmarks- the Eiffel Tower, the Arc du Triomphe, the Louvre and Champs-Élysées to name a few. It isn't a hard life being a gargoyle on the Notre-dame!
Lunch beckoned and we selected a nice restaurant close to the cathedral. On the menu was Escargot, French Onion Soup and Beef Bourgiognon- some typical tourist fare. Having thoroughly enjoyed our meal, we ...
... while more on to Notre Dame we spent a decent amount of time in the Notre Dame walking around and just generally taking it all in. We are thinking that on Christmas Eve we will come back for a service here just have to look into it a bit more.
From here we decided to get a bike guide back to the Palace Petite where we were to met our group this gave us the opportunity to get a locals guide and view of Paris, whilst taking the pressure off our feet.
We had about ...
... and while i am certain the scaffolding and shrouds are not helping the acoustics of the place, i won't pretend to be able to recognize the difference. I have never heard this work before, and it is powerful; Death and the Maiden, which follows, i know fairly well, and as much as i can formulate a credible opinion on such things, the quartet plays the work admirably, with the first violinist and cellist being particularly impressive. That said, this is the first time ...
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