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... starting to head towards the train station. I knew it was going to be extremely busy so Marc and I decided to head down to a pub nearby to have a drink. I don’t usually drink beer, but when it’s really warm I do enjoy a Heineken. So I enjoyed my Heineken and Marc, his Leffe.
It was then 18:40 so we started walking towards the train station which was still a little busy but not too bad. We boarded and headed back to our hotel before heading back out to ...
... with thousands of love locks on it. That was the start of another Rick Steves walking tour, this one of the Left Bank, the area of Paris frequented by many famous thinkers, writers, and artists in years past. We walked through a very vibrant area of cafés, restaurants, and shops of all kinds. An authentic old style Parisian cafe was a great place to stop for some refreshments. Smoking was prohibited in Paris restaurants in 2008. Now it seem ...
... and drink.
Explored all the side allies ,enthralled by all the magnificent buildings, arriving back at our hotel just in time for dinner. At least they eat a bit earlier here than in Spain!
27/5. Up early again - last day in Paris - a couple more "must dos". Arrive at Notre Dame just as they open the doors. 2 people in front of us. We land right in the middle of morning mass- observe for a while. Guy was most impressed! At least not the conspicuous wealth on ...
... throughout the city (every 300 meters) so we took advantage of it and had a blast. Many roads are car-free on Sundays so it was stress free.....even if we didn't know which way we were going! We passed the rollerblading group which looked to be about 1000 strong.
Finished the day at a Bistro close to Chez Nous....good food,wine and ambience!
See you again soon Paris!
From here, I strolled back up along the Champs-Elysees to my apartment, taking in my first Christmas market. It was extremely busy, and I must admit that I didn’t see anything of particular interest at all in terms of souvenirs, but the variety of food and drinks was interesting and very European.
After a coffee back at the apartment, I headed back to the Rondpoint to take in a performance at the puppet theatre, enjoying the children’s reaction ...