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... sure the French doors are always kept closed and we watch her like a hawk at all times.
Now that we've moved in, the plan for the weekend is:
1. Explore our new neighborhood
2. Check out the park (Bois de Boulogne) thats just 3 blocks away and perhaps do a run there tomorrow
3. Unpack the majority of our stuff
4. Try out the metro and figure out my route for Monday
5. Prepare for work
... we would be getting from our dinner in the Eiffel Tower tomorrow night.
2. Ice skating on Champs Élysées
This was something that Kellie had wanted to do all trip. So we put on the skates and hit the ice. Well, we didn't hit the ice as such, as both of us handled the ice quite well and didn't fall over at all. This was a great moment for us to be ice skating in the Champs Élysées. Something we will remember for many years to come.
... the top, we were only up there for about 15 mins. It was just so crowed that once all the pictures were taken, you just needed to leave. We had to go and have lunch immediately just so that we could recover. We went for le menu fixe, eating like the French, getting what we get given. The limited choice was just what we needed to relax. They left, heading back for London that afternoon, leaving me to go and sort my life out and prepare for my birthday the next ...
... for supplies, then revelled in consuming some of those supplies for late lunch. Baguettes and brie of course! Oh, and we learnt the name of the hostel cat - Jesus.
The boring bit? Time for domestics - around the corner to the laundromat to finally get some washing done.
OMG such a fantabulous day! Trained our way to the Arc de Triomphe, so amazing, I was moved to tears. ...
... everyone. Gillian smiled as we delivered breakfast in bed to her again this morning, "I could really get used to this!" We met Angela's godmother, Christina, and her husband, Adrian, around 10 am at our hotel. We haven't seen them for 13 years when we last we visited them in London. We had breakfast at a corner cafe La Turrene Royal (not too impressed as the food was so-so, overpriced, and there was only 1 server who couldn't manage all ...
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