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... bought some lunch from an artisan boulangeri and ate it down by the Seine. As the day was Max's, it was up to him to tell us what he wanted to do. His request was for something relaxed so we decided to wander up to the Latin Quarter and mooch around there for a bit. We walked past the Sorbonne where of course there was a group of students protesting loudly about something, and sat down in a garden opposite one of the entrances for a spot of reflection. Mooch? Sat ...
... too. Then I dragged Emily to a place that 4 of us from the bus tour stood and waited last year. On a corner of the Place ... Just by some toilets. I remembered we all laughed about loitering... Anyway, while we were there.... Through the doors and down the steps.... Turns out Emily is very trusting. They were steps to an underground car park. Looked like a toilet. Very old and elaborate entrance, I'll admit. Anyway, on the way back up the ...
... thousands of people as the tower came to life and sparkled beautifully. At this moment we vow that when we come back to the city of love, we will bring our picnic blanket and basket and bask in the wondrous beauty that is the Tower Eiffel one last time. I would like to note that just prior to purchasing the beers from a nice man, he yells "****" as he spots the cops and bolts ahah we later see that they actually stash their buckets in stormwater drains so they ...
... was no more room at the hostel so we were staying in her bed and breakfast apartment. Weirdly, we didn't even question it and followed her inside. The room was super clean and really old and nice, our windows opened up to one of the main streets and the apartment was so close to everything. She talked to us for a little while then left the room. 5 minutes later we. Beards a little knock at the door and she brought us in two plates to eat ...
For our last day in Paris we had a family vote on either visiting Versailles, or going off the beaten path for something a little different. No surprise - we ended up off the beaten path.
Paris has an awesome Velib bike program that basically allows anyone to use bikes for almost no cost. In June, they added some bikes for kids to the program, and we were on a mission to find them at the Parc De Vincenne / Chateau ...