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... All starts with the young man at the door with a torso you wouldn't believe. ( I just thought he had forgotten his shirt.) Turns out he was the doorman. Oh. Then inside, pitch black with small spotlights on the clothing for sale... 3 stories of it. I did not see a sales person. Emily tells me they were there. Walked some more, then caught a taxi home. We were buggered. Dinner at Cafe O Jules. ( They love us there.) Then bed, ready for the ...
... farewells we went for a walk through the very large cemetery to look at some headstones of the rich and famous, all of whom were dead. They included Oscar Wilde and Edith Piaf. At that time we were completely holiday-ed out. We caught the Metro for the last time, went back to the hotel and completed this blog. I hope it's allowed you all as readers to understand a little of how much we've loved this holiday. We will see many of you again very soon. Until then --- AU ...
... then we came home and ate a light breakfast. My tummy has been acting kind of funny lately, but after my afternoon cat nap today, I went house shopping with Anna so now I am starving!! Looks like I need to find a better balance between over eating and starvation.
Things to work on:
1. Finding a balance
2. Overcoming my fears of change and the inevitable unknown
3. Following my intuition more
... them - L'Open Tour
7 hours later we had done all 4 bus routes. We did stop for lunch - the weather was pleasant and we saw so much and it gave us an idea of what we wanted to see in the days ahead.
We stopped for lunch near Notre Dame but lunched on the mainland at Le Latin St Jacques where had an assortment of
4 entrees Duck Salad wirh fruits
Duck Foie Gras with fig jam
... that they came from and when they were deposited in the Catacombs. We really enjoyed our visit at the Catacombs. Yes it is a bit creepy, however it is respectful of the dead and celebrates the people it holds, rather than makes fun of them or degrades them. It is hard to believe that the remains of six million people are held here, although in some places the stacks of bones are 10-15 m deep. It is an amazing historical record and gives you an idea of the problems Paris ...