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... using flash on their cameras... if you can't tell by now, this is something that just completely irked me. A couple of times I had a massive temptation to go up and slap those people who continuously flashed their camera away, good thing Jeff held me back. The gardens were gorgeous from inside the palace... once we went outside into the wind and rain, we realized that it was time to go back. Our trip was quicker than we thought, but I honestly didn't know how much longer I could ...
... up before sunset. We ended up just relaxing on the grass, enjoying seeing the Tower lit up at night and warding off various purveyors of souvenirs and alcoholic beverages. It was rather romantic, to tell you the truth. We'll be back to tick off the Tower tomorrow morning.
If there's one thing I've realised over the past two days, it's how ignorant I am of French history. This is one of the birthplaces of modern democracy, yet I'm rather ignorant ...
... square. Seriously, you could not read any subtitles or text in a movie.
- After the meal service, Air France offers a digestif - coffee, tea, or brandy. When the steward got to Samantha, he asked if she wanted a "sweet". She seemed confused, but I told her to say "yes". He grabbed a little white plastic cone, and with a flourish, popped it open and dropped a bunch of candy onto her tray table. It ...
... in for the night, then realized I forgot french fries, back to the little market I went & was teased how us Americans have to have our ketchup with our fries. On my way to the market I decided to count steps to the following places from my apt.:
110 steps to the market
125 steps to Amelie's apt.
232 steps to Picasso's apt.
Tonight I wrapped the scallops in proscuitto & seared them, sautéed a leek & voila, delicious. Fried up ...
... 233;e, just as we did 4 years ago. Not everything but some things just have to be done more than once in Paris. We then took a quick turn around Notre Dame cathedral to see what's changed/updated as it was mid restorations 4 years ago. Turns out, they've added glass confessional booths. We bought a candle for home then back on the bus heading to Montmartre. We went to the very atmospheric Montmartre cemetery, where there are hundreds of famous (and some not so famous) peoples graves ...