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Sunday 1 st Father's Day in NZ
Packed up ready for the move tomorrow into bigger room with fridge!! And a balcony, very pleasant to sit out on for evening drinks with friends. What a luxury here. We will be able to entertain now. Great to greet Barry and Lynne Henderson our long term friends from Hamilton x Palmerston North and welcome them to ParisThey had trained from Amsterdam. We Walked to the Haussmann cafe sat out in the late ...
Today was a scorcher day...it hit 95 degrees, and it's pretty humid too. We were happy to be heading to the Louvre where it was much cooler.
This morning we visited the Louvre and saw the highlights: Venus de Milo, the Winged Victory, the Mona Lisa, and a few famous paintings. It is a huge place that used to be two royal palaces, that eventually became one when the king was beheaded. We saw about 1/8th of the place and we did ...
Up in time to meet the others for breaky at 8; walked down to Paul's and had an excellent coffee and pastries. Back to hotel, where Cait settled in for some iPad reading of the Age etc, while I headed out to find some bike socks. Became somewhat of a pied piper; the others (less Cait) came too. They left me and headed off in various directions, whilst I went looking for proper bike shop - unsuccessfully. Back to ...
... in the knees and the view was already quite amazing. It was really neat to the see Paris under the lights and we even got to see the Eiffel Tower light show from amongst the steel of the tower. A short jaunt down the tower and back to our flat and we are enjoying another bottle of wine with more dark chocolate. This may be our favourite way to enjoy wine.
One more day in Paris tomorrow and then we are off to Italy. Ciao!
... meant that I was actually very close to our apartment, despite having walked a fair way (in circles it would seem :/) - relief! It made me think of my Dad and how scary it must have been for him in the earlier stages of his illness. We enjoyed our breakfast and got ready for another big day of adventures.
We got on the metro to Sacre Coeur and were all surprised to find that the train went some of the way above ground. It travelled through an area a bit ...
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