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... is a grand palace and incredibly impressive but with that many people there it felt crowded so it was the farm and garden areas that we enjoyed the most. After being in cities for the past ten days it was nice to have the quiet and calmness that the farm provided plus the animals were really cute to see! This is our last night in Paris and we plan on just ...
... through customs (!!) our paid for driver had left. Various communication issues and two hours later we finally got to our apartment.
Rest and trying to organize all our IT was followed by a lovely walk and delicious meal at a nearby bistro called Le Petit Celestean. Yummy, although the red wine made Craig wake up in the middle of the night with hot flushes. This ...
... a way. There is something very special about a simple French pastry that I'm not soon to forget. Something I really want to go back for is some sort of hotdog in a baguette with cheese all over the too and toasted. We have seen so many of them around so it must be a Paris thing. Also apparently Paris is really Ito their hamburgers these days with specialty places popping up everywhere. Bryan and I have to eat one before we leave. After breakfast we showed ...
... find, next to the crosses and rosaries, icons of other forms of faith exploration such as crystals, and symbols of astrology. Then there were the dolphins and other popular expressions of modern earth spirituality. It just didn't seem quite right so I did not go any further. If I had seen these things in another place it wouldn't have troubled me, but in this place I felt a little like seeing the golden calf in the desert before Sinai. I didn't go around dashing rocks to ...
... train nap. We headed back to the apartment for some much needed rest and an early dinner at home to free up some spending money for the night ahead. We headed towards the Bohemian district, Montmartre to visit the basilique Du sacre-coeur which has amazing views of the city, especially at night. We slinked around a few bars on our way down to the red light district that is the home of Moulin Rouge. After checking in our coats we were seated ...
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