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... my French accent is so good that I fooled the guy in the bakery and when I placed our order he started talking rapid French and I then had to apologise that I did not know what he was saying. Je ne parle Francais. He had to get the girl on the cash register to help and her English was limited but we made do. He was very cute. When we got back, something made Stephen turn the TV on. There has been a terrorist attack on a radical ...
... they would charge me but it was enough just to be walking around there. They has tons of different flowers and plants growing, plus there was a zoo and i saw a cute unique panda creature. From there i took the metro to try and find the Luxemburg garden and museum but i ended up at the pantheon, it was beautiful and then i went to a church behind it and this choir was playing, i stayed listening to the choir and they had their flaws but the sound travelling through the ...
... down to the Champs de Mars. Sitting there, with the Eiffel tower in front of us, wine glass in hand, and food spread on my good scarf ( Bairdy's idea!) was something we'll always remember.
For our last night we had decided to catch a river cruise on dusk, which leaves just near the tower. It was unbelievable how many people were still around at 7pm, but we got a good spot on the back of the boat and had a great view of the city as the lights ...
... garden and willow trees - so peaceful and relaxing. I then headed toward the Musee d'Orsay on the other side of the Seine River. In going over the bridge, I noticed the locks. Now I only seen this for the first time in the movie "Now you See It"; but there are locks all across this bridge that people sign then throw the key into the river. The Musee d'Orsay was recommended to my by the priest who runs the hostel Advient after I mentioned that I ...
... journey down the Seine & back to the tower. It never gets old seeing the tower come into view. The Seine is romantically beautiful & popular with Parisians & tourists alike. After the boat cruise & chocolate gelato,we caught the train back to the musee orsay stop which is 5 mins walk from our hotel. We wander the back streets of cafés, patisseries, butchers, little supermarkets watching the Parisians go about there business. Lots carrying French sticks. ...