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Last day of Paris. We left the hotel later than we anticipated as we posted off some of the Souvenirs at the post office- than got the hop on hop off bus to see the Moulin Rouge and the Sacre Coeur cathedral. The area was a very much appeared to be very much a working class area. Than got on the bus back to the stop where we walked home. An early night - For an early departure to ...
... beef tartare which was really good. We spent ages looking at the different salts and sugar cubes. Then went over to sephora and the pharmacy and spent up big. We also went to h&m. After our shopping we went to the louvre. It was pretty amazing. The popular pieces were overwhelmingly crazy with people getting right up close and sticking ...
... The Marché des Enfants Rouges was a market we had seen on an SBS TV show, but in real life it appeared much smaller. It was not busy when we were there (late morning), which meant it was easy to meander around. It wasn't just a fresh food market as we had expected, it also had a great variety of stalls selling hot food. After we left here we walked until we reached Hôtel de Ville, which is the town hall for Paris. Across the road we found a place for ...
... WERE CLOSED!!!! Seriously! After dripping all over the stupid entrance we decided to head on home for a hot bath.
We tucked into a cheeky little beaujolais back at our apartment where I had the brilliant idea to book us into dinner at a lovely restaurant that had been mentioned in most tour guides - Aux Lyonnais. It was magnificient. Really pretty decor, hugely romantic and the food was sublime. A perfect end to a mixed bag of a day.
... we had 2 hours to explore the airport, and i have collected the following intel:
1. most french people are rude. i hate stereotyping, but frankly, if the shoe fits.......wear it. (in france the shoe is probably a 900 dollar loubiton). anyways, i make an effort to speak their language, and be as respectful as i can.
2. everything is overpriced. not much to say about this one, but ...