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... on Ille St Louise, which is one of the little islands on the Seine. We put in the codes to open the two doors, left our suitcases at the bottom of the stairs, and climbed the 96 steps up to the fifth floor apartment! We briefly met Valerie, the local woman who cleans the apartment, which is owned by a couple in Glasgow. We weren't disappointed in the apartment, - very spacious, tastefully decorated in a mix of contempory and ...
Well I was a little concerned about waking up too early when we only lasted until 7 pm last night. I. I checked my clock and it was only 1:30am. Oh dear. I managed to fall asleep again a few hours later and then both Aidan and I woke from our comas at 10:30. Yup. A full fifteen and a half hours in bed. Yawning we tried out our great shower and feeling like a million bucks, headed off to find some breakfast. Alas even the damn French don't sleep that long on a Sunday, ...
... left turns from the right hand side and somehow don't crash. I arrived at the tour start point quite early, so I killed some time walking around in the vicinity. The tour was going to be a long one, 3 hours, and the group was so big the tour company split us up into three more reasonably sized groups. Our group departed first and we headed towards Notre Dame. On the way, I happened to be walking next to a girl from our sub group on the outside that also appeared to be a solo ...
... to myself and my feelings
5. Communicating better
6. And remembering to never give up
Things I am thankful for:
1. My loving and gracious family
2. Lots of amazing food
3. The beautiful architecture here in Paris
4. Going to the beach house tomorrow
5. My health
6. The opportunity to travel the world!!!
PS I've decided there's not a good balance between being hungry and full ...
... in the development of modern Paris and also France, to me it was just a very busy roundabout with restaurants hotels and the like all round unfortunately it didn't resonate much history to me. There are many areas in Paris that have historical credence and the feeling is still there but for me this area was swallowed by modern life. Back to the metro and some free balling where to go and what to see and surprising myself even finding my way back to Anvers where I ...