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Paris-a Good Meeting Place
We have been lucky enough to meet up with our American friends Elaine and Bill over duck breasts, pots of mussels, and good wine. We spent a delightful evening with them and their American-but-now-living-in-Paris friend Nancy who is filled with entertaining stories of her expat experiences. After one last stroll through our favorite Luxembourg Gardens, we said good bye ...
... an amazing sight! Then just over the bridge is The Louvre. Never imagined it would be so massive! The line was just too long that day so we are going an hour before open tomorrow morning. 8am! Paris has very long days. They start early for an espresso and croissant and don't finish dinner until midnight sometimes. Then it's the wine on the the outdoor tables at brasseries until 2am! How do they do it?! We have had ...
... An attitude.
Paris is known for its monuments, shopping and food, all of which did not fail to impress! The lines here are huge, they say it is the most visited city in the world, and unless you arrive early in the morning it takes hours to get in to many places. All the monuments (Notre Dame, Eiffel Tower, Arc du Triomphe) also all involve a lot of steps, but lots of steps= amazing views! I initially thought the word "soldes" ...
... of the action. Or so it feels.)
And as I stand at the window with my Prince, looking out at the lights of Paris, I feel special and blessed and lucky. And like a total Princess.
Thank you for reading this blog. I know it hasn't been as good as last time...but i have still enjoyed writing it and it means so much to me that you all are still reading it. Thank you. :0)
We hope all is well with all of you.
Matt and Kellie
... looks like something from the past and is done with style. The wait hosts are flying around seeing to every detail. That is one thing I didn't care for, there was too much hurrying around. Not that they were trying to rush us out, it wasn't that at all. It just seems the waiter flew in and out every time he came to the table. I guess it was positive he was there every time we needed him whether we knew it or not but at the same time there was no personality, nor ...