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... but they showed up around 4pm because they were having another garden party. They have a friend who lives in San Francisco and he must have been visiting. Their friends are literally all over the place. I went with Noémie and another girl to the park with the rabbit. Beatrice asked if I would go and it was only slightly less awkward than sitting with all the adults not joining their conversation. ...
... items for sale and we were not sure if the prices were high or low so we didn’t buy anything, but I don’t think he has sold much as the dust on most items was more than just light. So after I got back I looked up a couple of samples of the glass paper weights and they were Italian Murano Millifiori art and depending on what you wanted was very close to or cheaper depending on what design you were after.
We then hopped back on the bus and made our ...
... cream, complete with singing, candles and sparklers. Not often do you get to have a birthday where you wake up in Paris and go to dinner in Edinburgh. Mum, thanks for the birthday dollars and I think they have been well and truly spent on holidays! I do recall having a great 52nd birthday with a breakfast in Champagne, France and dinner in Italy. Think I could be spoilt or maybe fortunate for being born in the ...
... sailed past the most beautiful bridges and could watch the people walking along the Seine. We Got off the boat and walked along the river and came to a sidewalk vendor and purchased a picture of the Eiffel Tower for our travel collection of art. We then waked over the over the Pont des Arts which was fascinating as people buy locks and write their names and date on them attach the lock to the bridge and then throw the key into the river depicting their everlasting love. Very cool ...
... museums and sights are free to visit on the first Sunday of each month during non-peak season (Nov-mar, i think). So I jumped on this opportunity and decided to see the Louvre for free today (Sunday). Unfortunately everyone else in Europe seemed to know this little secret and all came to the Louvre as well. It took 2 hours to get from the back of the line to the entrance.
The Louvre is massive. It has four stories, takes forever to walk ...