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... ran into him several more times that day.
We spent the first day familiarisng ourselves with the area and slowly making our way towards Notre Dame cathedral on the next island (Isle de la Cite). Although it is only about 10 min walk, it took a long time as our eyes and taste buds window shopped.
The first sight of Notre Dame brought tears to Kerrie's eyes and, despite the fact that I had been there ...
... of it so we made our way towards the Eiffel Tower. The Eiffel Tower is surrounded by do many tourist scams it's kinda a joke. I should tell you about the cup and ball performers that me and Nim are obsessed with and infuriated by and watch for ages every time we see them. They do the classic 'which cup is the ball under' trick, and they're all Italians and they obviously have their friends or relatives always around to lure tourists in; they have seemingly ...
... headed back and grabbed a burger for me since I was hungry. We ended up getting lost. A nice guy stopped to help us but he admitted himself he was slightly drunk so I think he pointed us the wrong way. Finally finally we made it back to the hostel and fell right asleep.
Saturday morning we woke up, ate breakfast at the hostel and were on our way. We walked back to the Eiffel Tower to go up in it. The line was forever long and barely moved. I tried to talk Liz out ...
... home, well mostly leaving France. I feel i have been here long enough now. We went from the very top of Paris all the way down to the south. Its a much nicer area of Paris, and the apartment is very nice, small, but nice. The guy seems pretty decent and is giving us his keys so we can go out tomorrow. Plus we get his bed. The plan is to finish off christmas shopping tomorrow and go back to the bar we went on our first night here. Then tuesday we relax until leaving for england on ...
... the road (safety in numbers - show them the hand of power before they show you the finger of power!), we arrived at the local market to buy our picnic food. We bought up a storm for lunch, purchasing way more than needed, but all satisfied that we picked well! Especially the sweet pastry - raspberry macaron, chocolate something, and coffee eclair - yum! Stories of Louis XIV, XV, XVI, overwise known as the King who built it, the King ...
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