Citadines Paris Opera Vendome
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... the church we passed a lot of jewelry shops, but they were wholesale shops so they wouldn't sell to us. I was feeling a bit discouraged about my shopping prospects until we passed by a store that was advertising a sale and had a sign in the window that said "libre entree" meaning free entry. Cha-Ching! I sifted through their goods while Conor patiently waited and bought three necklaces for only 9 Euros. I was so excited, my spirits were lifted for a weekend full of shopping. But, back ...
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... photo op, then back on the bikes to the great iron lady ‘Tour Eiffel’ to revel at it’s heighty splendour. Lunch time by then, so docked the bikes and grabbed a quick ‘sandwich’ (actually multipacks of our favourite mini ham and cheese brioche rolls – although this time it was chicken and cheese – also delicious) from a small nearby supermarket that I remembered from our first couple of days in Paris. Sat on ...