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... rue montorgueil. This is a street full of little cafés and food shops. It would be rude not to sample the goods so we made a pitstop for coffee and cake. Following this we went to the centre Pompidou - this was a large industry building turned art gallery which had the escalators on outside. This was good sight and was made better as the square was a bustling place and good for people watching. However there was ...
... I had saved my tantrum & that we were eating at the outdoor cafe with the marvelous views.
Amelia wanted to go to the Tuileries Garden, which was pretty close to where we were. It was a nice walk there, passing the fancier shops. I recognized the Place de la Concorde & remembered that this was where Marie Antoinette met the guillotine. We crossed the street & I saw the US Embassy & while taking a picture a ...
... It was definitely worth it, the second level was not effected by the fog at all, and I was able to walk around and look over every angle of Paris.
Arriving back on the ground, I couldn't stand around to catch my breath as my legs were a little wobbly and I feared falling over. So, I continued on walking along La Seine, the river that runs through Paris. It was great to be able to walk along and look at all the interesting buildings. I saw the Bridge of Locks, ...
... The Place de la Concorde was busy and we were a little weary which often translates into silly nonsense from us ... On this occasion David's mad frenchman amused me for ages... We returned to the hotel for a rest before heading out to the Trocadero to watch the Eiffel Tower light show at sunset ... Just gorgeous if a little chilly in the wind. We had a late dinner at Le Wilson and got home a jot before midnight... Looking forward to aother day in Paris tomorrow Until next time ...
... for supplies, then revelled in consuming some of those supplies for late lunch. Baguettes and brie of course! Oh, and we learnt the name of the hostel cat - Jesus.
The boring bit? Time for domestics - around the corner to the laundromat to finally get some washing done.
OMG such a fantabulous day! Trained our way to the Arc de Triomphe, so amazing, I was moved to tears. ...