Courtyard Paris Saint Denis
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... and a Boat tour on the Seine Rivee. So we meandored our way over to the Louvre stopping to pick up sandwiches and crepes for lunch on our way. We found some benches in the courtyard of the Louvre and sat down to eat our lunch. Then looked around outside at the glass pyramids and ancient arcitecture. By this point we were all getting pretty warn out and it was time to go meet up with our group so we walked a ways farther to ...
We only had two days at the French Open because we needed to return to Paris on Sunday morning to claim our key for our apartment rental. We were also concerned about having enough time to see Paris. At the dance event, it was a familiar scene visually because they were doing West Coast as we know it, following the same social rules. I never had ...
... the bakery had probably been going since 3am, but only 3 stalls were set up in the market, and those three were really still in the process of opening! The streets were otherwise empty, and still dark. I think, like in Italy, the day here in Paris starts late, but also finishes late. I wonder how work schedules work....
Regardless, we had a nice breakfast of fresh butter croissants with jam we found in the fridge, orange juice ...
... city waking up. I journaled in front of the tower and even tried my hand at sketching it, they say if you can't draw in Paris you can't draw at all. And by the looks of it - I can't draw! From there I walked along the Seine to the Arc de Triomphe then promenaded down the Champs-Élysées with all the other tourists. I then walked through an open air market where they had flowers, vegetables and meat with too much of its animal still attached to it! I walked by the ...
... under the arch. At 6.30pm every day there is a ceremony at the flame of the unknown soldier so we stayed and watched this - very ceremonial. This has become the symbol of the arch in modern times - not sure what Napolean would think about it? We decided to walk home to get another walk along the Champs Elysee, the gardens and the Louvre. Found a great little Italian restaurant for dinner - another midnight and we are still out in the ...