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Once again Aunty Steph & Dylan had been kept awake by inconsiderate neighbours in the same apartment block who had not findings their dinner party until 4am, so they were both pretty tired to say the least! Unfortunately Dylan has not really been able to shake off the cold he has had for almost a week, and a tired and unwell and teenage Dylan is not a great combination, so we decided to take it easy for the day. We weren't catching the Eurostar ...
... in our neighborhood!). We stayed until 9:00 and watched it light the sky; very romantic. Then we found a delicious little Parisian café to relax and have dinner. Everything is tastier and classier in this wonderful city (except for the expensive mineral water – we won’t miss that when we’re back home). We walked back to our apartment, passing through famous Rue Cler where we had ice cream and macaroons. Overall, it was a perfect day! Paris is ...
... known as the Grande Maison. The Grande Maison included two large studios, the atelier d'hiver, or winter workshop, situated on the top floor of the house, and at ground level, a glass-roofed annexe, the atelier ...
... the tour with us. A perfect educational opportunity at the United Nations Education Scientific and Cultural Organisation! The place was amazing... And we got to see a massive Pablo Picasso mural close up ( with no lines ). We also got a big tour of the gardens and a look at one of the only statues left over from the Hiroshima bomb... The face of a statue which was mounted on the wall outside... And which serves as a constant reminder for peace ...
... This was something left over from our last visit so had become a bit of a priority. Wow, did we ever get our money's worth. It was extravagance on a huge scale and so opulent. It opens your eyes to a whole different world and helps to motivate me to do more and see more. Maybe this is why we plodded home at 11.30 pm after 23,546 steps and had dinner at a nearby cafe. We were pretty bushed but it is still not dark at 9.30pm. I hope my photos ...