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... next to this, saying that entry was free. So Phil copped a fair bit of **** for that haha.
Notre Dame was so peaceful and beautiful inside. Chris and I lit candles in memory of his grandad and pop, even though they weren’t religious, I thought it was a nice thing to do. We had a good look around, then headed back to the hostel for dinner and to rest our feet, which by that point were killing us.
We were really impressed with the food at ...
... Grand, grand and grander at every turn.
By the time Gav and Hamish had finished it was time to meet the girls back at Galeries Lafayette. A little toy shopping before heading back home...or at least for some. Draz and Claudia were keen to keep shopping - good luck to them....
Gav, Hamish and Isla decided to go home - finally some sun! It was an opportune time to play again in the Jardin des Tuileries, ...
... to introduce himself as Marc and asked us our names. We responded only to see the woman whip around to tell us she was looking for Marion! We all had a good laugh and said our goodbyes and then waited for our real driver! Definitely a funny first BlaBlacar experience. And there might be something to say about two blondes travelling together lol!! We will definitely be going back, but for now we had an excellent first meeting with Paris. Until we meet ...
... Cafe. We shared a charcuterie platter and crepes suzette. Both were very filling and delicious. I am finally feeling like a human for the first time today. I guess it helps that it is now morning back home instead of the middle of the night. It was so lovely to walk along the beautiful streets of Paris. We contemplated what it would be like for a Parisians to travel to another city. I am sure that only cities like New York, Tokyo, Rome and London can measure up. Other cities must ...
... the entire Paris landscape. A stroll down the Champs-Elysees and a Metro subway ride home finished working up quite an appetite, and that's what led us to Le Florimond.
Tomorrow, we try to gather our senses, catch our breath, walk through Parisian neighborhoods with no agenda or itinerary, and prepare for our Sunday morning train ride to Avignon in Provence in southern France.
Mike and ...
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