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One last breakfast on the Randal this morning. Time to say goodbye to Tim, Nicole and Gail after a wonderful week. After a drive to Paris, we were back into the city and off to tour. We had a quick lunch in the park (nothing compared to Gail's, boo!) and ...
... We would definitely come back again to relax when it's warm and not be walking round like maniacs trying to see everything. One thing I would like to do before we come back is learn more of the language which would make getting by much easier as many of the Parisians in the less touristy places could not speak any English. We are now in London and have just come back from Nandos to our hotel, looking forward to a nice peaceful night back on British ...
... to get from where we were to where we were going. Then we sat down to have a delicious lunch and then the man that played the piano at the flea market turned up and played his piano in front of the cafe we were eating at. He was playing sooo fast granny gave him 2 euro. We ate lunch for 2 hours we saw an ugly women that was asking for cigarettes and if you didn't have any cigarettes she ...
... the Seine, accompanied by a couple of glasses of wine. The weather was absolutely perfect - warm but not hot, sunny with a light breeze. Lots of people. There were massive queues to see Notre Dame. I suspect Stephen would have lined up if he was by himself as this is his favourite church but we satisfied ourselves with the outside view and continued on. We went to the Shakespeare book shop and Stephen managed to find a war book that he didn't already ...
... morning, our class took a field trip to the Cité de l'architecture, a museum that houses replicas of various Romanesque and Gothic statues, portals, tympanums, and facades. Tomorrow we go to Notre Dame!
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