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... with a great Boston sense if humour. We visited the most amazing market where we purchased our supplies for a picnic lunch...baguettes, chicken, cheese, avocados, olives, pastries....and wine of course. Paul and Bree felt that they were in heaven. Of course...our eyes were too big for our stomachs and we did have to carry all of our gourmet supplies with us on the bikes. Versailles is so unimaginably ...
Perhaps not a very interesting title! Truth is by Wednesday, the fatigue was setting in. So many days of pretty much continually walking! My laziness was on point though because the morning began by POURING out! I had originally intended to go to the Louvre, but the 15 minute walk in the rain followed by 'possibly' a line outdoors was enough to deter me since I already lacked energy. When the rain ended, I finally started my day with a cafe au ...
We finally arrived in Paris, made our way to the apartment, left 3 voicemail messages and a SMS to our contact who doesn't show! It's 10:30 at night, we're exhausted after being a plane for nearly on 20 hrs and we have nowhere to sleep - Welcome to Paris.
Deployed the iPad, got the credit card out and asked google to find a hotel nearby which we did on the 4th try. Being summer holidays here almost everything is ...
... relaxing outside--whether at a park, or cafe, at the edge of the seine or wherever is a bench. And honestly, there need not be a bench. The grass is fine. The pavement is fine. Just sitting, sun soaking, usually smoking, reading and drinking cafe or vin.
We moved onto the Rue du Rosiers in the Marais, the historic Jewish area which houses the museum dedicated to the many French Jews who were rounded up by the Nazis during WW11 and sent to concentration camps ...
... from Texas was in Paris. We tried escargot, duck and creme brulee. It was definitely the most expensive and most amazing meal I have had. It was such a good time meeting new people and telling stories over a wonderful dinner. To end the night we went down to Moulin Rouge where there was a huge fan with streamers tied to it and people stood on it with their jackets and hair flying in their faces.
April 12th we went and roamed Paris on our own. We went inside the ...
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