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... emotional insecurities, or if it's because I really want to learn French. I think it's a little of both, but I can't tell if that justifies me leaving. I really like this house, my mother is a sweetheart (though I'm not sure if she hates me now, that's certainly possible.) But French... I'll figure it out.
Friday, I planned on going to Amsterdam to see Rene. Alas, I packed up my bags and headed off to the train station directly from school. Note to self, ...
... that one was for and he said every ANZAC day the French townspeople play the Australian townspeople to an AFL match for the cup. Wow that would've been great to see. It was another moving day visiting the battlefields and memorials. It's sad to see there are still a lot of unknown solider graves in all the cemeteries. As we went through the small towns Australian flags were flying proudly and streets were named in our ...
... excellent. We left at about 3pm and took a short walk to Carrette at Place des Vosges for coffee and cake. It is really cold here now but we were still able to sit outside, their heating is that good. We all indulged in coffee or hot chocolate and a delicious cake of some kind, I can't resist mille fueille and Laurie the wonderful "opera" gateau. We then parted ways and we took Ornella and Agnes around Place des Vosges, went into Victor Hugo's apartment that he lived in for ...
... little shops. We stopped for lunch at Cafe Les Mousquetaires, run by two men who appeared to have a running argument for the entire time we were there. Surprisingly decent food given it had a shabby air about it, but we noted quite a few suits lunching there..I had lamb couscous (one glass of vin du pays)and Rex had pork chop and fries (two Heinekens) both v tasty.
Had a squizz at the Bastille monument and then headed back to Gare du Nord to pick up some ...
... bells of Notre-Dame de Paris Cathedral on public display in the nave in February 2013
The cathedral has 10 bells. The largest,
Emmanuel, original to 1681, is located in the south tower and weighs
just over 13 tons ...