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... There are the graves of many famous people here, and with some difficulty (even with a map) we managed to locate EP (Edith Piaf the famous French singer), Oscar Wilde’s bizarre and controversial tomb (which is now bordered with a thick glass cover to stop people from kissing it and leaving their lipstick marks), and of course Jim Morrison (where there were some American guys smoking doobs, listening to the doors, and an older American lady bragging that she had seen him ...
... seeing them marvel at its wonders and delights. With Gary’s expert guidance we covered so much: from the cobbled lanes of Ile St Louis to the stained glass windows of Notre Dame to the Eiffel Tower’s night time sparkling lights to the heights of Montmartre to the Louvre’s masterpieces to the D’Orsay’s Impressionists to the Luxembourg’s colorful blooms to the dahlias in Le ...
... of the tower and had to wait in line for almost an hour for the lift. We made it to the top and took in the beautiful views before making our way back down. The lift operators looked so bored, on the way up one of them was reading a book while pressing the buttons to go up, and another was playing Sudoku on his phone on the way down.
We walked down to Level one and had a late lunch at the restaurant where we were lucky to score a table by the window, we must ...
Last night Sarah and I made sure that we set our alarm for 7:50 this morning for breakfast at 8! I had some toast with fresh strawberry jam, which was actually so good! We hopped back on the now familiar metro not even worried about being cramped next to weirdos or the constant smell of sweat. We hopped off at the stop close to the muse d' orsay (simply a fancy museum). Sarah and I felt extremely bad walking through the ...
... were greeted by Celine's teenaged kids as their Mom was away in Rome for a long weekend. A problem with no power to our stove got us out for Thai food down the street tonight and a great evening walk around the Marais district and a look over the city from the Centre de Pompedeau! C'etais fantastique! We fell into bed tonight knowing (as Oliver used to always say about a short night) that 'we were going to have to sleep ...