Campanile Morangis - Orly
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... nice coffee / tea / Orange Pressee plus a long chat. Was great to see her again...why didn't we take a photo??
Back on the bikes home...then quick trip to Nespresso for more capsules
The dinner at Au Petit Riche, as recommended by Francoise. It was fantastic, Sandy had canard and I had beef...beautiful. Also had a nice chat to a German / Dutch couple. Great night...but now time for bed
... the pavements than we've seen elsewhere.
Then trained to the Eiffel Tower. Thought we had seen queues. Awe-inspiring standing below. We'll leave Paris having entered only the Pompidou Centre!.
Home for late lunch. Now so skilled on the Metro that we detoured to buy food from our now favourite supermarche. Had to use the umbrellas yet again as we walked home, though only briefly. Should be even warmer tomorrow.
... their holiday flavor,) violet-cassis, caramel, and rose. I got another six for my host family – chocolate, pistachio, pear-chestnut, caramel, orange blossom, and raspberry. It was already getting late and now I had no plan for breakfast, but I figured there’d be something around Bastille where the outdoor market was located. I found a typical kind of bistro that seemed decent – there were about twelve all next to each other and the only reason I ...
... I love Paris jumper, purple of course. Wander through the latin Quarter, lots of places are closed, being sunday I guess. Head over to Les Halles and try to find the Grevin museum, but there is so much reconstruction going on I think it might have closed. Continue on to the Pompidou centre, Just for a look but Franchesca wants to go in. For those that dont know, this is the inside out building ...
... and hand in the middle of it. And I liked that. From there, I wandered past the Louvre and over the Pont des Arts. This is the neat thing about that bridge: couples go there and attach padlocks to the bridge with their names or initials on it, to tell all the world (or at least the people who walk over the pedestrian-only bridge) that they will love one another forever.
And then I think how different this city must be when you're in love.
So I kept walking, and ended ...