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... and a cheese plate. My understanding is we also had three bottles of Pinot Noir and the bill came to $150 Euro for everything!!! Half what we spent on drinks that afternoon near Notre Dame!! Crazy! Gonna have to go back to that place while David and I are here.
We made it to our temporary home safe and sound that night, knowing we had fully acclimated to the time zone and that the day was a success (and lots of fun!).
I reckon there's an inner train nerd in most of us but even for the exceptions like Maree there's something quite exhilarating about cracking through the French countryside at almost 300 kmh. Maybe I especially appreciate it after spending so many hours on putt-putt cityrail back home. In any event 2hrs 22 mins after leaving London we were 495 kms ...
... nice accommodation. Each bed had a curtain you could pull across which was really handy for a bit of sleeping privacy. Any-who, I digress. This evening I went on a night bike tour. It was amazing!! I pedalled down the Ile de la Cite and went on a relaxing river cruise along the Seine with a glass (cough... a plastic cup) of red wine in hand. I was able to witness the Eiffel Tour all lit up and sparkling. It was ...
... cabaret show. It is next to the vineyard. St Peter of Montmartre (12th century) was a beautiful church behind the basilica and is the oldest church in Montmartre. There was columns in the church that used to be part of the Roman temple that existed there previously. We kept moving up the hill towards Sacre Ceour Basilica and place de Tertre where we finished. There were thousands of people and hundreds of artists ...
... of us! Wow, our very own professional photo shoot in Paris!! Katie is a professional photographer, mainly doing weddings and her work is great. We look forward to seeing how she went with a couple of 'mature' people!
We meandered back home though back streets, including a very small lane-way which was especially interesting. This part of the Marais has many shops catering to the Jewish population. There was a long queue outside one falafel shop and ...