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... Issy is still acclimatising so we spent a couple of hours at home while she had a sleep, then we had cheese, artichokes with butter and a prawn risotto for dinner. It started raining again, just a drizzle, but headed down to the church for the performance. It was truly lovely, the violins are just so beautiful and there is something about the accoustics in a church, just ...
We started the day by hunting out a market, that had been suggested to us, to look around. It took us a while to find it, so when we did we spent quite a bit of time wondering through the many fruit & vege stalls. There was also a flea market near the end of the fruit stalls which we enjoyed poking around. Brook even managed to get a hair cut while we were there, it was ...
... myself that I had made it up without having to take "mummy's calming medicine" (Valium!) we looked around for about 20 minutes then found the steps to the next level and at about 1/2 way up the next lot my legs started shaking. Knowing and respecting my boundaries I boughed out of the race and very slowly headed back to the 1st level again. Meanwhile, a few more levels up the others realised that I had the camera so they sent Anna back down to get it!!! I had a great chance ...
... there. All that is gone now but still, the narrow streets and cafes have a pull.
Following dinner at an Italian Restaurant (Forrest's choice and it was good!) we decided the twilight was perfect for a cruise on the Seine. And it was. We got to see the Eiffel Tower twinkle and the smaller statue of Liberty that the French have installed on a point in the Seine. Then it was back to Montparnasse for the dreaded packing.
... of Winter. Well that's a pretty good excuse I reckon for more photos!
Time was getting away from us and we still had a big night ahead. So onward bound to home. Paul managed to set the smoke alarm off while heating up our spinach and feta pastries (no he did not burn them) so that was a small drama which we could have done without but something to mention in my Blog.
Danita and I made a visit to the Laundrymat as she was fresh out of clean ...