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... by. It was a nice walk since we also got to see the Eiffel tower lit up with all of its little flashy lights for the first time.
From there we hopped on the Metro to take us to the Montmatre funicular! This funicular wasn't nearly as exciting as the one in New Zealand. The ride was short and you couldn't really see anything scenery-wise during our ascent. Once at the top of the hill we visited Sacre-Coeur. These churches continue to amaze me. ...
... my room after I had an out of this world dinner, ala Quint, said an awfully emotional goodbye to my boyfriend Owen, and had the last snuggle session with one my closest friends Courtney that really cheered me up. Last night was filled with hugs, bittersweet salty tears, smiles and love. Lots and lots of love. And here I am! Off to the city of love, knowing that in a few short days the only person I'm going to have to share this love with, is ...
... country lol, they are very rude people. I am now in holiday mode and feel very relaxed, our days are long but we've seen so much and walked for what seems like forever, weather is glorious and yes 39 degrees here is the same as 39 degrees at ...
... to Liza for finding this little gem.
After our extraordinary lunch, we walked back to Liza's apartment for some more conversation, and then said our good-byes. We depart Paris on May 18th, and Liza flies home two-days later. Hopefully we'll be able to re-connect with her again next year, although where and when remain to be determined. Thanks for sharing some special memories with us this year in Lucca and Paris!
... been fooled by illusions like this in the past. Remember the walk to parliament in Canberra? Yeah, that looked like it was really close, too.
We walk through the tear-down of the Christmas market we walked through only days earlier. How sad - the shops are closed and mostly boarded up, some people are still cleaning out their chalets, and trash is strewn about. Big forklifts are tenderly remove ...