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... I heard about a food tasting that was going on in paris where you could go from neighborhood to neighborhood trying different foods for just 2 euros for a taste. I invited my friend Taylor who brought Zoe and also Briana from two nights before to accompany me. I waited for them for a while because the RER was delayed, and when Taylor and Zoe got to me, you could tell that they were pretty unhappy, but after we got some food in our systems, it was great. That put aside, ...
... bus we were a little worn out so we took the metro back to the hotel to freshen up before dinner. We decided to make our way back towards the Eiffel Tower for dinner, stopping at a cute restaurant on the corner. After dinner we walked onto the street to see that the Tower was light up with twinkling lights. It was kind of a "holy Im in Paris, France" moment for me. We made our way to the lineup to go up it. After sometime of Gabby ...
... quiet out it Paris. (Read later about the huge drop in visits to all major tourist spots in Paris in the wake of the attack on Hasbro by terrorists) Home by 8:30pm, light snacks, showers and some packing. Our last night in Paris. We leave tomorrow for Amsterdam, our last stop before heading home. 10:25am train, so hopefully a relaxed exit from Paris! Goodnight, and Au Revoir ...
... 10c and drizzle to our local, where we had charcuterie and an entrecôte de boeuf to share, and a lovely bottle of Beaujolais, then wandered home past the florist shop in balmy , calm, but cool evening. A GENERAL APOLOGY Some of you may find our constant description of meals and markets a little obsessive. This blog is intended to inform friends and relatives and to stay in touch, but also to serve as our diary and an aide memoire for us in years to come. Please overlook our ...
... it is what everyone wants to see, it is in a huge gallery almost on its own but you cannot see it for all the people!! There is shoving and pushing trying to get to the front to get "the photo". Is it disrespectful to say it was hugely amusing? Probably art aficionados would say yes.
We kept putting off visiting the Eifel Tower as the days, while warm were cloudy or misty, on the sixth day the sun shone, sounds almost biblical, and we decided that today would be the ...