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... painted by an artist, I went first and when it was Matty's turn the artist accidentally spelt Matthews name with 2 M's (Matthem). So we had to get it reprinted, we then made our way back to the hotel had dinner got our bags and headed off on an over night train to Barcelona. We had a 1st class cabin with 4 bunk beds little sleeping bags, socks and ear plugs, which we needed. It was a bumpy but cool experience. Here we come Barcelona watch ...
... That's a huge savings and this train is much faster than our bus we were going to take. This made getting to Paris CDG so much easier and that's just what I was looking for on our last day in the city. We made the easy trip to the airport and soon discovered this is the weirdest airport we have ever seen. It looks like something out of an episode of the Jetsons, like it was built in the 70s to look modern. There aren't as many clearly labeled signs ...
... the Marais. Jude bought a couple of Cristoffel spoons at an antique shop to use as salad servers. We caught the 69 bus back home had lunch and settled down for a quiet afternoon. The weather was grey and showery, so it was no hardship to check emails and be domestic. We initially decided to catch the bus to the Tower, but as it was cold and damp we hailed a taxi. At the Tower we had a ...
... next stop, the Patisserie.
We still have to get wine, water, pop, cream & milk, so we stop at the G20 store near the apt. Amelia chastises us for the amount of wine we are buying, I forgot that we have mom is with us! See that the flower shop is still open & can't resist a bouquet of roses, the flower man remembers me from before.
Now the hard part, walking up the four floors to the apt. It is a tough climb ...
... Quarter, which is quite a beautiful area and stopped for lunch at a vegetarian restaurant we found there. As we walked towards Notre Dame, we could see that there was a big event going on in front of it. It was an 850th anniversary celebration. We were going to go in, but the lineup was way too long, so we carried on walking. We walked along the Seine for a while and then, as we passed the Louvre, we walked over to the Jardin de Tuileries. I was so impressed by the ...
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