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... 40 minutes! You would have laughed to see us fumbling with the gates and the tickets!
Our AIR BNB host, Gonzalo, met us at the apartment on Rue de la Huchette, in the Latin Quarter.
After check-in & un-pack, we sashayed out to see the neighbourhood........Rue de la Huchette is quite lively, with wall-to-wall cafes & bars. Noisy too!
Checked out Notre Dame Cathedral, which is a mere 5 mins from ...
Today was a busy day... This morning, we met Claude (aka: Miss Lunch for our Food Guru tour at her restaurant. For the tour, Claude took us to an organic patisserie where we each selected a breakfast pastry to enjoy as we walked through the neighborhood to a small cafe to grab a quick coffee before our market tour. Claude walked us through the Bastille Market, pointing out several unique finds including ...
... bought Joy a rather cute little cat sculpture as a souvenir.
After lunch, which was French Onion soup (a traditional must have) and a Croque Monsieur (essentially a Paris style toasted cheese sandwich and very good too) we took the Metro to the Place des Ternes, where Joy stayed as a young girl, which is close to the Arc de Triomph. So we got to see that during the daylight. We then went on to the Tour Eiffel which, for those that have never ...
... afterwards and saw lots of Lao, Thai, Vietnamese and Chinese restaurants. An interesting neighborhood for sure that I will visit again if I come back to Paris. Back at the hotel I began to pack a bit and then I ventured out to get more water as my cold was getting worse and I wanted to flush it out with lots of liquids! On my way to get water I stopped to get my eyebrows threaded at an Indian salon and it was only 5 euros. She did a good job and then ...
... cautious - I didn't feel a thing... The flea market was huge! (even for being the small one) Everything from clocks to lamps to paintings to silverware to books to linens to furniture. Just like a flea market at home - except that some the offerings start from the 1700's . REAL old stuff. Charlene liked a nice old restaurant table with cast iron legs. I almost got traded away ...