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... quite spectacular. There we had a counter snack of a glass of rosť and a snack of scallop terrine and of course French bread. Fantastic. Felt a bit guilty as we were meeting the troupes at 1pm 6th floor Lafayette. Had meeting, JD influenced them to go to the fish department for a lunch. Everyone enjoyed it all so much, there was a mix of salmon, prawns, eel and scampi, with fresh salad and of course French bread.
Went back to our ...
... with a shipwreck based on a true story of 150 stranded on a raft for 14 days and only 15 survived.
After the Lourvre we came back to the apartment to rest, eat lunch, and do some grocery shopping. Then, it was off to the Eiffel Tower for our 5:30 pm reservation to go up to the summit (the 3rd and top level). We booked tickets online so we got to skip the long ticket-buying line and go right to the front. The tower was ...
... area! Found some cheap tourist places near Notre Dame and bought a souvenir tdf t-shirt, Cait some sox. Back to the metro, and train home. After a brief break, and some pre - dinner drinks, off to Le Sense Unique for an excellent dinner; very French, very good. Shared 3 entrees; snails (!), foie gras and cooked Camembert. Had our own mains; I had an excellent duck, Cait had a yucky cod. Then some yummy desserts; ...
... do it anybody can. The Famous brunette would need to wait till tomorrow for a visit from Brinky. Some happy snaps of the Arc de Triomphe and it was time to find some real French food. We stumbled across a cute little Parisian cafe with trendy coat wearing individuals all joyously talking French. After perusing the menu in French ( of which we did not understand one word) we ordered the 2 things we could understand... Bren "I'll have the Mexican thingie ...
... people watching.
Next stop was Moulin Rouge - a colourful (mostly red) district which unsurprisingly reminded us of St Kilda. Took a few snaps then despite all feeling weary, we were so close to Galleries Lafayette had to have a look (strict instructions from numerous people!). Dean and Kaila were fading fast, so headed home with Bonny while April and I stayed a bit longer and checked out Sephora (more strict instructions!). Picked up stuff to make soup on way home ...
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