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... Finally, we arrived at Emily’s street and she had to parallel park the car (congrats to her because it was a tight spot and I could never do it back home in Bristol never mind Paris)! She got the parking garage keys and we then parked her car and she let me use her bathroom at her home. I gave her a short history lesson because her road is named after Vasco da Gama (yeah... I’m very Portuguese HAHA). She’s super nice because ...
... from here, past the Grand and Petit Palais, to the Champs Elysées. I took in the
view of the Place de la Concorde and then marched towards L’Arc de Triomphe. I was absolutely blessed with a gorgeous afternoon. It was fascinating to imagine this place as it was during the Revolution, without all the expensive shops, and people trying to get a selfie with the Arc (which I of course did ;-) The history of the city is ...
... in, creepy-interesting. By that time I was STARVING!!! I got a crepe with almonds in it and another diet coke, did a little looking around and finally decided that I was done. I got on the train and it took me straight back to my stop. Once I got off I knew I was going to have to find dinner. There was a little food mart in the mall or whatever that place was. Picked up a salad and saw a small gathering by the bakery section. People had ...
If you remember from my last post I talked about the lock bridge. Well there are two in Paris and yesterday part of one of them fell off cause of the weight of all of the locks. Fortunately it wasn't our bridge. I did wonder at he time when we were locking our lock on the bridge how many locks a railing could take. The one that broke off had 700,000 locks on it!!!!
Today we went first to Montparnasse Tower. Quick trip on the underground. It's a newish building which ...
... home, and barely made it to our bed after the four flights of stairs. We relaxed and read for a few hours, and then ended up at a restaurant/bar across the street for our last night out in Paris. Drank some fantastic cocktails made by a great bartender. Very sad to leave, many things left undone for our next trip to Paris, including just sitting in cafés and gardens, reading a book and people watching. Au revoir Paris, we go north now to Brugge! M & ...