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... an American that speaks French (most Americans don't learn a second language or if they do, it's usually Spanish. Which makes sense!).
The next day, Natalie and Lindsey went to the Pompidou while Margie and I walked to Notre Dame. We stopped in a Boulangerie for breakfast, and that quiche lorraine and pain au chocolate were the best I've had so far. Then we thought we were going the right way and then thought we were lost and stood in the same spot for about 5 ...
... of the jigsaw puzzle that is GG's bag and eventually couldn’t take it anymore and went down to wait at the checkout desk. GG made it down to check out with heaps of time, easily two minutes, and so we set off for St Pancras Station to kill a little time before our train back to Paris. GG went shopping for some clothes for his grandies and I am doing battle with the overloaded wifi here whilst I await his return.
Eventually I gave ...
Got the eusrostar to Paris today. Muno says i have to get up at 3h30 in the morning. I did not know what for. Thjought he was doing one of his random I'm a photographer and must get nice morning shots....... BIG Surprise........ he asked me to marry him ...
... French friends of Aaron’s
we watched the dazzling light display on the Tower that although very short,
was actually very beautiful.
The Lourve Museum is probably the most famous museum in the world due
to it being the home of Da Vinci’s ‘Mona Lisa’ and it would also have to be the
one of the world’s biggest.
The Lourve was originally the main castle of the French kings in ...
... I made each of us mini copies of our passports - so I stuffed mine in my bra - along with 20 euro to get us home just in case and off we went. Bob hasn’t particularly enjoyed the Metro nearly as much as I have - however he is very good at figuring out where we need to go. That is until, I KNOW where we need to go. HA! We had to switch trains to get to Pigalle - something he avoids as much as possible - but I’m so glad that we did. Our ...