Mon Reve Amadeus
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... remains. Though it looks the same, the feeling of it was entirely different, as the skulls here are 250 years old(ish) and came from overflowing cemeteries, not victims of an atrocity. The mountain mice thing came from a street above called Rue de Montsouris - this translates to Street of Mountain Mouse, no? I'm finding here that sometimes my limited French hurts more than it helps. And finally, yes, Indian food in Paris is just as delicious as at home. :)
... her pink beret!
After some reluctance at first, one of my favourite days was hiring the city bikes and riding all over the place. We started near Notre Dame and rode past the impressive Hotel de Ville (city hall) to the covered passageways and fancy Galleries Lafayette shopping area around to Opera Garnier (of Phantom of the Opera fame). We continued to the Montmartre area where we ditched the bikes near the Moulin Rouge and opted to go on foot to explore the hilly area from ...
... canal. We continued down the canal and came across groups of French school children happily walking home from school. Around the corner and then we found large group of old men noisily playing dominoes. Further down the bank, this must be a set up, a man teaching a young girl how to walk a tightrope on a rope strung low between two trees. We continued our walk and then found a large group of men playing ...
We left Geneva after lunch because we didn't make it in time for the early train but we enjoyed a morning of reading on a park bench above the gardens overlooking Lake Geneva. We had our lunch at a sidewalk cafe and then made our way to the train station around 2:30.
We rode across the last little bit of Switzerland and into France for the second time on this trip. After making a couple of brief stops early on the TGV train ...
... back to Poland with Andreas, Yvonna's husband next week).
What a lovely evening. You are an absolute Sweetheart Yvonna and a special friend. Thank you for those lovely big hugs!
Lovely way to finish my last night in Europe.
Early alarm and up to shower and head off to the Metro. Down the 99 steps with my luggage!! Passed a Bakery that was open so we grabbed a Croissant and Baguette for breakfast on the run. Metro to 'Gare du Nord' and the RER train ...