B&B Orly Rungis
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... bite at Paul- seems like the Paris equivalent of panera. Much better bread though. Several things are closed on Sunday, but the mall at La Defense was open so we went there for more shopping. It's so amazing the way the grande arche lines up with the arc de triomphe. Excellent city planning. Stopped at Laduree on the way back for some treats to take back to the ...
... not found anywhere else in France, so we were happy to dig in. And then rains came again! Thunderstorms have been frequent in the last week, and we quickly reached for the umbrellas and continued our walk along the Seine River, through Place de la Bastille and back to our new home. We are watching the final World Cup game tonight as we flip through the guidebooks and prepare for Bastille Day ...
... towards it, and what a beautiful bridge it was. The Pont Alexandre III , named after the Russian Tzar, has been voted the most elegant and beautiful bridge in Paris, and is ranked by Tripadvisor at #5 out of 727 attractions in Paris. It was built before 1900 along with the Grande Palais and Petite Palais for the Universal Exposition of 1900.
It was at the time it was built a marvel of 19th century engineering, and it is finished in the over the top Art Nouveau ...
... A small purchase from the Aesop shop and back to my neighbourhood for a little Campari and orange at the local bistro. Feeling a little lazy and not very hungry so into the cheese shop for a piece of Comte (thought of you Terry) rather a decent piece of 18 month was only 4.50 euro! Some radishes, cherry tomatoes and a baguette and I was set. Needless to say after my very early start, a very early end! Tomorrow awaits Steph ...
... to do some exercise because surprisingly my body is getting pretty used to walking about 10 miles every day. This is definitely a good thing for when I do the Camino in about a month (where I'll be doing about 15 miles a day) but I want to be doing some strength training too, especially for my core and back and shoulders for carrying my pack around. Speaking of my pack, when I weighed it before the flight to Malaga, my main pack was ...
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