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We wake to another beautiful spring day in Paris. I have the best of intentions of hitting The Paris Flea Market bright and early this morning but fail. We finally leave about 10am and are there by 10.30. We start on the outside which is like any market but just for fashion, whilst we wait for Scott who is walking to the flea market. Have a delicious Messeman pastry and coffee whilst we wait.
Scott arrives and we proceed to make our way into the internal stalls which ...
... me to go he pulled me in tight, looked at me and kissed me. neither of us wanted the night to but I got to 2 o'clock in the morning and I had to be up at 6 the next morning to catch plane so we decided it was time for me to go back to my hotel, he walked me to my room, we said our goodbye's but it didn't feel like I wasn't ever going to see him again it felt like the start of something amazing.
... Mr. Neale, Ms. Sullivan, Ms. Collins and Ms. Watts for their tireless efforts in supervising a successful journey from Sydney to Paris and a special thanks goes out to our tour guide, Ms. Elisabetta Amadi who we are all extremely grateful for her knowledge and assistance as we trail blaze across Europe in the name of education.
My apologies if I forgot any highlights from today, it was full of sites and at times, absolutely breathtaking.
... of Bordeaux red. Big mistake when we were so jet lagged!! After lunch we dragged ourselves over to the Eiffel Tower, wandered down to the river and also through the Champs du Mars, which is the park underneath and around the Eiffel. We couldn't stand up any longer and went back and slept for an hour, to try and revive ourselves!!
Getting up and pushing through the jet lag, ignoring Bairdy's swollen ankles and knees, we had some more wine at a cafe ...
... saw gothic cathedrals which were nice. As soon as we had free time we searched for coffee - I found a Starbucks and ran! Everyone got back on the bus for a driving tour of the centre of the city: drove past La Sagrada Familia but didn't stop (luckily we went there the day before!) and saw some of Gaudi's architecture. Lastly we stopped at a tourist centre which is a recreation of a traditional Spanish village - we weren't really interested so ...