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... to our favourite lane way which has a back entrance to a French restaurant which was established in 1686. Made a reservation for 7. Glam cloths on and we strolled up Paris streets to dinner. Stuart had seen onion soup on the menu at many places and he had to try it, said it was delicious. We had a lovely dinner and were informed that Napoleon ate here, and left his bicorne (hat) as payment for his meal. A big day and our last night in Paris. Off to Malta tomorrow. Au ...
... built around 1240 by pious King Louis IX to house the Christian artifacts he bought. Since our guide Arnaud said it might be the most beautiful cathedral in the world, we went back on Wed.
Saw lots of boats (not just for tours) on the Seine River. It was so amazing to walk along this famous, romantic river, which was pretty clean where we were at (as was most of the Paris we saw, too). The faces on the Pont du Neuf (new bridge, now the oldest bridge) were ...
After such a hectic first day I decided it would be a good idea to lay low. In fact I slept in until quite late, reading, dozing, reading. You get the picture. It was afternoon before I ventured out sorely in need of a coffee and KB provided that very well indeed. Was undecided as to what to have for lunch and wasn't terribly hungry seeing as how I had only had breakfast a few hours before, so I popped into Rose bakery on the ...
... to do some exercise because surprisingly my body is getting pretty used to walking about 10 miles every day. This is definitely a good thing for when I do the Camino in about a month (where I'll be doing about 15 miles a day) but I want to be doing some strength training too, especially for my core and back and shoulders for carrying my pack around. Speaking of my pack, when I weighed it before the flight to Malaga, my main pack was ...
... and set our alarms for 3:30am to head to our second
destination for Fall Break! We got in our taxi van at 4am and headed to the airport.
Though we skimmed the surface of Paris and its many offerings, it was wonderful to see this magical city. I'm so happy and thankful that I got to see all I did in the amount of time we were there. I left Paris in a flurry of emotions. I was excited to go to Spain but I was sad to leave Paris. Even though I’ve ...
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