Belambra Clubs - Magendie
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... Tess is still driving a hard bargain. She is now a seasoned haggler!!!
Clint stopped to take some great night shots. We ate dinner at a restaurant near the Tower.
It started to lightly rain so Clint, Meg and Tess ran back to get the car. I waited with Dan, Andie & Lily under shelter near the tower for them to come past with the car. While we were there we met a man who was waiting with flowers and ...
... Delacroix, and several sculptures by Michaelangelo.
We then walked from the Louvre to the final monument we needed to see before leaving, the Champs D'Elysee. From seeing this place when I would watch the Tour de France with my dad, and hearing about it this year in my Visual Arts/Architecture class, I was in awe at how cool this spot was. The streets were completely symmetrical going away from the Arc de Triomphe. Unfortunately there was a military procedure happening with ...
... good small classic French menu restaurant on the left bank in the St Germain area. It was a perfect evening - rain earlier in the evening had moved away - the food was delicious and sharing the evening with T & B made it extra special.
Feeling a little uneasy about the safety on the Metro late at night, we decided to take a cab back to the hotel - a wise choice.
... a perfect way to celebrate our first 10 years of marriage!
Back home in Chicago now, it is hard to believe that this trip of a lifetime is over. It seems like we were gone for so long and that we just left at the same time. Each leg of the trip was unique and amazing for different reasons, and we have more than 2000 pictures and countless souvenirs capturing our travels. I think one of my favorite parts of the trip was seeing Jackson ...
... for this. Phil said he would go and check the entry fee if we got in line, which we exited pretty quickly when he came back saying it was twenty euros to get inside! We went and got crepes from this really nice café down one of the side streets next to Notre Dame that I discovered the last time I was in Paris. I got nutella, banana and strawberry ice-cream on mine, it was sooooo gooooood!