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... as the Parisian Olive Garden. We pass it almost daily and Evan had been dying to go there. We figured that we had dragged him (willingly!) to enough gourmet meals that we could concede this time. The portions were huge and the pasta was mediocre, but Evan was happy as a clam. It has been an exceptionally amazing trip to Paris and we are so sad to be leaving, but we also miss our friends, family, and our beds! Our journey home begins tomorrow ...
... Again, mind blowing and very historic. We then travelled to the arc de triumph where we participated in the unknown soldier ceremony and walked down the champs to look at the massive and expensive shops. Sadly no last post was wanted by the organisers of the arc de triumph ceremony but it was still a wry nice and very formal event. We didn't get back to the hotel till 10. And here the sun is up at 6:30 am and the sun doesn't go down till 10:30!! It's crazy. Hope all is well at ...
... a patisserie there called Sebastien. Fabulous too! Then up to the electric car. Took some sorting out but got there in the end. Jeff couldn't drive of course because he has lost his licence in Australia so it was up to me. Just the six of us, Steph and Tim and Marg and Rob and us. Girls in the electric car following behind Tim and and boys. They are quite good. Although wouldn't like to take them on the motor way, we were only heading down south to Parc Saint Cloud which is ...
... and offers close to100 examples of Flemish art spanning the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries with works by Pieter the Elder, his sons, grandsons, great-grandsons and even his sons-in-law, as well as their contemporaries, collaborators and muses, including Hieronymus Bosch, and Rubens.
The Wedding Dance is not there, but similar paintings of peasants and their frivolity, gluttony, drunkenness and ...
Oh you can tell we are coming to the end of our holiday. Getting up and starting the day is a very slow affair. We are waking up later and just chilling with our ipads and watching a bit of TV. I found an english speaking station!
We managed to drag ourselves out at 10.30am and firstly needed to find somewhere to have breakfast, actually brunch would probably better describe it. We found a place and I enjoyed Eggs Benedict and Gary had the ...