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Sunday morning and a pre-determined rest day for all. Everyone slept late, and no one keen to head out anywhere. Not until around 1:30pm did Michael, Riley and I head out for a stroll, and to find the Promenade Plantee (thanks Anne and Richard), a disused raised railway line that has been converted to gardens and walkways high above the busy streets with their traffic lights and crossings every 50 metres (or less). It was a lovely refuge, used by many walkers ...
We woke up to another beautiful day with a forecast of 20C so thought it was time to brave the streets of Paris and hire a couple of bikes, we set off around 1000 and headed south to Bercy, we found an Aldi so had a look, it was so disappointing, ours is so organised with a lot more stock. Then we went looking for a coffee around that area, it was really good to rediscover it, as that is where we used to stay when we were with Qantas, it was quite crowded ...
... the locals abound. We will continue each day to take time to sit in the sidewalk cafés and enjoy this setting. Remaining ever budget wise (ha ha) we purchased some home made epinard et ricotta ravioli, paupiettes de veau and tiramisu and of course wine and prepared a feast that was not French but still tasted great. Today we jumped on the Metro and travelled to the Bois du Boulogne , a massive park on the west side of Paris. This park is ...
... cumbersome luggage.
Our first night in town we were too tired to cook so we ate at "Les deux moulins" (Two Windmills), where Amelie worked in the film. France is a tough place for someone like me to eat (as I eat very little meat). However, Dom forced me to try "terrine" which is the most foul thing I have ever eaten; I gagged at the table and just stuck to the complimentary bread after that.
Our next week we spent in Paris was very full; it is ...
... hope we don't have too many more like it. We informed our French landlord the next morning, who was horrified at the news - especially since he had new tenants arriving the next day. We also made sure to carefully bag all of our pajamas and washed them thoroughly when we arrived in Barcelona.
Since we only had a few hours left in Paris the next day before taking our flight to Spain, we decided to head over to La Basilique du Sacré Cœur ...