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... to sneak into Notre Dame. No chance! It may have been after 5.30 but the queue stretched on so I just walked the perimeter then back to the apt via various street performers. One was a good jazz group with a very geriatric dance member. The old girl still had it, even if at half speed. Dinner that night was a great duck duo - terrine and duck breast, followed by great tarte tartine, all just five minutes walk away. Monday ...
... ve finally finished off all the souvenir shopping I needed to do here. Casey and I have both had to repack our suitcases to fit all our shopping in, but I love everything we've bought as reminders of Paris. We've had a lovely couple of days just getting to wander the streets of Paris. It's rained today but otherwise the weather has been warm and sunny. I can't wait to discover our next City, Amsterdam, but Paris, we will be back. Au revoir ...
... say how appreciative I am to all the people that have regularly opened my link for a look at our pictures or the thoughts that have been going through my head. THANKS.
Next stop - Vancouver via Amsterdam at 9:30 a.m. departure tomorrow - time to pack the bags one last time - shed some unwanted items so that I can comply with the 23kg or 50lb limits as I've been playing dodge ball with the check-in process at each airport that I've been to.
... are cars everywhere and lots of motorbikes. There is a lot of graffiti around - I don't think we saw any in London. There are a lot of smokers in Paris and lots of cigarette butts around where London was very clean. On the plus side there are lots of great shops and we haven't yet been to any of the big tourist attractions or more up market areas - no sign of the Eiffel Tower yet. We're managing lots of bonjours and mercis but not much else so ...
... was so cosy with warm red decor, candle lit tables, super friendly staff and English food menus (which was a bonus). We fumbled our way through an extensive wine list (which was all in Frnech) and ordered a bottle of 2010 Saint-Emilion Grand Cru from the Bordeaux region. Good choice as it was a nice big bold red wine. The waiter decanted it for us to let it breathe which brought out the flavour even more. We decided on a duck plate entree which is either for 2 people ...
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