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... came to mind. They are both so friendly and easy to talk to that the hour flew by quickly.
We also made a new friend at the meeting with Lynne and Tim. Anita Welch from North Dakota was in town for a conference and is also a fan of Lynne's book. Anita is an education professor at North Dakota State University in Fargo. She is also an avid traveler and has recently accepted a job teaching in Abu Dhabi for the next ...
... near Notre Dame. They had to repeat the same scene at least 7 times while we were watching. When we left we went for a closer a look. Seemed like an American director and that the guy was proposing to the girl on the bridge. Very romantic. But it was freezing and as much as I wanted to star gaze we headed home to the warmth.
We did a bit of work in our nice warm room and ate the 3 macaroons I bought earlier. Wasn’t as sickening as our morning tea and I could easily had ...
... of a crepe and waffle stand. How could we resist? Nutella on a waffle is now Mums's favourite 'French food'.
We continued our streak of 'French' eating with breakfast this morning (croissant and pain au chocolate), lunch (chicken and salad baguette) and dinner (French onion soup and Steak Frites).
Shopping in Paris is exhausting. Hope my feet are ready for another day of it ...
... It was our first time viewing paintings taller than our house... we were in awe! Upon leaving the Louvre we ventured into the Jardin de Tuileries. We found a picturesque cafe in the gardens for lunch where we sat outside and warmed ourselves in the short-lived sunshine. This is where we caught our first glimpse of the Eiffel Tower! We passed the Egyptian Obelisk plucked from Luxor (former site of the giant guillotine during the French Revolution) en route to ...
... as atmospheric as at my previous stay in 1982. The Place now almost built in with just many, many eating p,aces and with the artists squashed into one small area. However, john found a nice place in one of the side streets and there we sat drinking, talking and watching. Great. Walked around a bit in Montmartre and again John took charge and sat us down at a very crowded Brasserie . Elbowroom only but my dear husband who often suffers from claustrophobia was very happy ...
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