Balladins Les Mureaux
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... it's an area of theatres and artists. Then passed the 2 famous train stations Gare du Nord and Gare de L'est. We then went up the most famous street in the world Ave des Champs-Élysées. Wide street busy with cars and wide sidewalks busy with people. We dropped Kerry and Toni off at the George V bar (what else?) and Ian and I walked up to the Arc de Triomphe. Magnificent and ...
... English that we had heard last night at St. Eustache. Before the service we talked to the Welcome couple who was from the same neighborhood in Philadelphia as Mary....small world! We stayed for a cup of coffee in the garden and then began our walk down the Champs. We had one real goal in this walk and that was to buy macaroons at Lauduree. When we got in line, we decided it would also be fun to eat lunch there. Such ...
... of pastry you can think of (chocolatcroissants, tarts, eclairs...) We don’t know how the people here are so skinny! Also, we found out where we are staying, the city of Montmarte, is super cool and fun at night. Turns out it is also the "red light district" of Paris, because there are so many sex shops around us. YIKES! Guess we should have known given we are staying by the Moulin Rouge? Not sure sure but definitely a very different way of love and life here!
Sorry, I should explain that the coloured lines are the bus lines, 4 different colours for each area of the city.
Today we planned to see the Left Bank and Montmartre. We had breakfast at a cafe called La Source, where I had petit dejeuner francais, which was cafe au lait, orange juice, and a croissant with jam. Craig had the Anglais version (English) which just adds an omelette, but everything comes with a beautiful ...
... we decided to go back to the Eiffel Tower to see the sunset. It ended up taking so long to queue to get up there that we missed it but it was still incredible. Paris at night is a magical place. After walking up to the second level, we queued for the lift to the very top. After 45 minutes queuing we were almost at the front when disaster struck: Sophie had lost her ticket! I was prepared to give her mine as I've seen it before but then a woman behind us offered us her ...