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... duck ( duck breast from duck's used to produce foie gras) with spiced apples and saffron. Again both were delicious but just a little salad garnish and no vegetables at all with Brad's meal and three skewers of potatoes for Jane, some of which Brad also enjoyed. Dessert was au pain perdu, bread and butter pudding with a yummy vanilla ice-cream.
We will upload the images tomorrow morning as it is now late and we are feeling very tired! Have a great ...
... the famous Tuilles(?) gardens that lie outside the Louvre. There were many Parisians just enjoying the sun and sitting by the fountains. We ended the tour at the famous Place de Concorde. It is the spot where many lost their heads! Once our tour ended, we sat in the shade for a bit before walking more. We decided to walk down the Champs Élysées! It was very crowded with tourists and locals. We walked down to the Arc de Triomphe. Unfortunately, ...
... way up. And I had vivid illusions as I watched that movie that if I were ever in a Parisian elevator someday it would be just like that.
So much for it being like that.
After 10 Forevers the fifth floor came and Madame Dupont and I went to opposite doors.
When Carissa opened the door instead of being welcomed by the family instead of being greeted by the happy family, i was about to step into another adventure: No electricity...
... was like night and day. My room felt brighter, warmer, and more like a bedroom. It is about the same size as the dorm I lived in at Clemson, has a bathroom (thankfully), closet, and a kitchenette (with hotplates, microwave, mini fridge & sink). I also realized how lucky I am to have been assigned a room on the 8th floor with a balcony (only 3 of us have one!!). I have a view of ...
Today we headed out to see Notre Dame and took the Metro train system, which is all under ground. You buy a pack of 10 tickets for 13.50 euro and you use one each trip, no matter where you are going. The queues were ridiculously long, so we circled the church and photographed it and then headed off to the crypt under the street and is basically the old town or what is left of it. Amazing site and very interactive displays that show Notre Dame ...
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