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... anyhow. We both went for a walk in the cold this afternoon to the de Champs Élysées just to say we have been there and done that. Ros if anything is a little worse which will make the flight uncomfortable for her. I hope she can improve overnight.
Our holiday effectively concludes tomorrow as we leave Paris tomorrow afternoon and fly to Dubai.
It has been a fabulous,enjoyable and inspiring holiday of ...
... were a lot of family groups as well as commuters. We saw parts of the city that we have been riding beneath! We decided to get out and walk along the Right Bank of the Seine, perusing more booksellers' stalls. Traffic was so congested that we actually got ahead of our bus for a few minutes. We crossed the Seine and returned to the Notre Dame, where there were far fewer people than the last two times. We walked way to the front in the center and attended Vespers, a ...
... as the guy read through the clauses which were basically - if you drive safely I'll let you floor it through the tunnel under the Eiffel Tower!!!!!! Well, all I could think of was poor Princess Di and in honour of her memory I didn't think an inexperienced 21 year old should be driving through Paris, let alone in a yellow Lamborghini! However, what an opportunity. For 20 minutes he was in boy bliss and was able to reach 200 k's an hour through the tunnel, (he ...
... is also amazing, and shares many of the same qualities, except with a lot more hills and tourists.
We walked along the Seine in the evening, and made sure to visit all of the monuments at nighttime as well. In my opinion, Paris is more beautiful at night. We also made sure to engage in very French things, such as: eating pain au chocolat, croissants and many baguettes, enjoying French "petit dejeuner" at various cafes and drinking beer/wine before 11am.
... wet and the view pretty misty but at least we can say we have done it.
As we were pretty wet by this time we decided to call it a day and made our way home. One of us then enjoyed a long, hot bath to ease the aching muscles!
TD update: He has been playing it very cool and staying in most days. I think he likes our apartment with its balcony and views out to the streets. Not sure what he is getting up to while we are ...