Campanile Paris Sud-Porte d'Italie
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... lugging them around for the next 9 hours. While there were a few different items unique to DL Paris, most items were generic Disney parks themed...non-park specific. We found a few items we wanted, but nothing like we do back in Florida. T-shirts and sweatshirts were insanely expensive, some as high as €80+ which are only 1/4 of that back home. We opted for the small souvenirs to remind us of our time there, but not blow the budget for our next vacation. We were now ...
... Place Dauphine on the Ile Saint-Louis was a gem - a triangular place enclosed on all sides by perfectly balanced building facades. And it was the first royal plaza!
We also found the work of Louis XIV in the huge Hotel des Invalides, built for returned soldiers who usually found themselves on the streets. Coupled with the Dome Des Invalides (where Napoleon is buried - he just keeps on popping up, doesn't he?), it takes up an enormous ...
... animals due to ths bonding I let my spot go in thd line up .. and told donna and alan I would meet them at the tip. In my new spot in line I ended up with a group of people from Georgia... consisting of two sisters, their creepy inappropriate father, only one of them had a husband and then 2-tuesday teenage girls. They were delightful to stand in line with. One of the ladies told me while they were riding up in the elevator they shouted at the guide in the corner saying "excuse ...
... rigatoni were the crew's choices du jour.
After lunch, some window shopping at the various cafes, fruit and produce stalls, wine and cheese shops, butchers, bakeries, chocolatiers, etc., that run the entire length of this quaint market street. Although it's a big tourist draw, many locals do their shopping here and pack the cafes for lunch and dinner.
... and I opt for a dish of peppers stuffed with salt fish, swimming in a soup of carrot cream sauce. We also share a dish of potatoes that Sylvain has raved about, and we can see why. It is all hearty and delicious. After dinner we chat with our waiter, Edouard, who has been to Kuala Lumpur and experienced "the best street food in the world". Naturally this endears him to Yalini, and we leave a good tip. This definitely rates as the ...