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... cabaret show. It is next to the vineyard. St Peter of Montmartre (12th century) was a beautiful church behind the basilica and is the oldest church in Montmartre. There was columns in the church that used to be part of the Roman temple that existed there previously. We kept moving up the hill towards Sacre Ceour Basilica and place de Tertre where we finished. There were thousands of people and hundreds of artists ...
After that I went back to the normal hostel kitchen to eat some yogurt and hummus and pita bread and fruit before heading to the beach with Michael for a beer. After our beers on the beach (and lamenting about how awkward that situation with Adam was) we decided to head back to the hostel. On our way back we saw army tanks and lots and lots of soldiers walking down the street with machine guns. I assume there must have been an army base somewhere near ...
... outdoor they had park benches scattered about each with 2 cushions on them (they would last 5 min at home before being stolen) see photo of Molly. We were then picked up and transferred to our hotel in Paris. Wow wow wow at Paris it is beautiful. We are all a bit tired again so we walked down to much smaller supermarket by our hotel and grabbed supplies. It was an amusing exercise trying to figure out ...
... the afternoon at another attraction. That was not to be. In what could only be described as a very serendipitous moment we bought tickets to Rouen gare rout. Not quite the right track. By the time we got to Evreux, we were kindly told by a conductor that we were indeed on the wrong line. He must have taken pity on us because he went to great lengths to explain that we needed to take the train back to Mantes la jolie, where we would get on the right train on the right ...
... engraved padlock and tossed the keys into the Seine. It was the sweetest part of our Valentines Day. As macabre as it sounds, we then strolled down the road from our apartment to 17-19 Rue Beautrellis, which is where Jim Morrison died. The Doors were a big part of our lives when we started going out when we were 18. They were like the backing track to our fledgling romance. So paying a tribute to Jim on our Valentines Day was somehow ...