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... across the set up to Paris' Gay Pride Day! We raced home to have lunch and change (Kassie didn't get her nap) and headed back out to the parade. It was amazing to see how many people were out to celebrate! The numbers grew in the short time we were at home! Anyone could join in on the walk along the streets, no restrictions there but obviously couldn't get on the floats. We followed the parade, before turning off to find a pub. We found "The Long Hop" which ...
... of the day was the Boat tour along the Seine River. We went by many interesting spots including notre dame, the Louvre,
from the Louvre we walked back to our hotel. Again thank goodness for Sarah's sense of direction. Straight down rue richelea for about 45 minutes.
dinner tonight at an Italian restaurant called Giovanni's.
Tomorrow off to Versailles Palace!
... and I can have a bit of space from each other for the first time in over a week. We went for a walk and found quite a decent little supermarket to get a few supplies including a bottle of French wine for our first night in Paris. I got a quiche - that's pretty French, too. There is an amazing street two minutes walk from here that is full of cafes, patisseries, Boulangeries, a Boucherie , a Fromagerie, two Chocolateries and a fruit and veg shop plus three ...
... have been hilarious and others have given us direction for our writing. I have to give credit to Ardeth since she gets most of the blogs started and I do the editing. We seem to work well together in spite of the "Battling Bickerson" episodes and if anything, being joined at the hip makes a relationship stronger. Today, apart from packing, Ardeth made a journey to the bakery for our breakfast and then we had lunch and roséyed the ...
... was literally just around the corner. It was small and cosy and exactly what we needed, situated in a truly beautiful region of Paris. After we dropped our backpacks we headed back to the cafe to rejoin with Eammon and Ellie-Mae, talking briefly before we decided to move on. On our way down the street we saw the large hill leading to the Sacre-Coeur church and decided it was worth climbing the mountain of steep steps to see. We were made to feel a bit better by a woman who was ...
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