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Well, we are in Paris and very near the end of our trip!! I have never walked so much in my life!!! No Escalators (and no restrooms)!!!!!! Stairs everywhere!!!! I know there must be lifts (as they are called in Europe), but they certainly are not in sight!!! We did come off the metro yesterday and there just happened to be a lift along with tons of people waiting so Paul and I just decided to "take ...
... me she would yell at me too if I did that. So I guess I'll have to sort my laundry this year. She cracks me up.
Rowena brought in her replacement tonight. She knows how to cook, so I might not have to! That would be awesome! Rapha has been such a sweetheart today. He was watching a video and I told him Rowena was leaving so he paused his video and said good bye, which is not usually the case! It makes me so happy when the kids are in a good mood, plus it makes everything easier.
... hopped the train for the days first stop. The cemetery. Yup, you heard me, a cemetery. To be specific Pere Lachaise Cemetery. Pere Lechaise if you are not aware is the final resting place of numerous people of celebrity status including the likes of Oscar Wilde, Chopin, Sarah Bernhardt, Georges Melies, lead singer for The Doors, Jim Morrison and the one and only Ticky Holgado. The cemetery is laid out in a very orderly fashion with signs telling each of the ...
... to the end of the town and getting to a house right next to the highway. This was not a good sign. I suggested we talk to the family members standing outside of their house, and I can't remember if the conversation was in English or French (probably me speaking french and the locals speaking English back...) but it ended in the young woman asking us if we wanted her father to drive us to the train station 4km away to rent bikes. That was super nice, but we declined, ...
Bonjour Paris, what a beautiful day to leave blue skies, and warm weather. After a leisurely breakfast of French pastries and ham and cheese roll (packet French cheese certainly leaves Coon for dead) we packed up and went by taxi to Gare Lyon driving through the city and past all the monuments we have come to love. First class train travel is the way to go, they feed you, with wine and we are travelling at around ...