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Well as you can tell I did survive the hop on and hop off bus tour today. It wasn't easy and I do have to admit that I only lasted 3 stops and then hopped off never to return. Today was an exceptionally hot day with high humidity. The bus was hot and traffic was so bad I could have walked faster. So I have crossed off another item from my will never do things list. Today was actually a rather slow day for us we are ...
... and back pain. The sun shone as we followed the river to our engagement. thank you Tim it was thoroughly enjoyed. The food tour began Quai 80 Hotel de Ville. A small group of four and guide we set off to sale the cuisine and historic district Marais. Karen an expat from Boston lead us forth through an historic part of Paris and the Ile de France. Postcard streets unfolded with a range of boutique shops and gourmet stores.. Our ...
... excellent. We left at about 3pm and took a short walk to Carrette at Place des Vosges for coffee and cake. It is really cold here now but we were still able to sit outside, their heating is that good. We all indulged in coffee or hot chocolate and a delicious cake of some kind, I can't resist mille fueille and Laurie the wonderful "opera" gateau. We then parted ways and we took Ornella and Agnes around Place des Vosges, went into Victor Hugo's apartment that he lived in for ...
... to know our neighbourhood a little better and in the evening dined on various mousses and dips, bouillabaisse and Bavette (flank steak) and barley risotto followed by a Pain retrouvé, a take off on Pain Perdue or similar to French Toast with ice cream and salted caramel sauce. Later that evening, the kids regaled us with stories of their adventures in Disney under clear skies and with minimal line-ups, the advantage of going in the fall. After listening to ...
... much reading done. By the time Brian returned a couple of hours later, weary and footsore, both of us were ready to get back to our hotel.
Brian's visit to the Louvre went well. He mainly looked at ancient Etruscan and Egyptian artefacts in the Sully and Denon wings. The best one can hope for is to look at 1% of what's on display before everything starts to become a blur. It's easy to suffer from cultural overload. He didn't even try to get to the Mona Lisa, having seen ...