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... before heading back to the
Eiffel tower for our picnic dinner. Top Deck has made a picnic for us with
large platters of food to share. We got to try frog’s leg. They had a lot more
meat than I was expecting and tasted like fish but with the texture of chicken.
It was still very hot even though it was 7:30 in the evening. After dinner we
headed to a Cabaret show. This was an experience however not something I feel
the need to do again. The best bits were a ...
When we awakened this morning, the temperature outside was a nippy 47-degrees, with grey skies, so it was a relief to find the radiators still operating in the apartment. Since our time and options are running out at this point, we decided to have lunch at one of our favorite places on rue Cler, the Cafe du Marche, while passing through the Trocadero gardens and the Parc du Champ de Mars on the way. It appeared from the map to be a manageable distance ...
... it either! We also each had a jambon et fromage omelette (ham & cheese omlettes) which were also amazing. Their cafes (coffee) are very strong but helped us to perk up & get ready for the busy day ahead. After breakfast we headed to the Starbucks right by our hotel, so Erik could connect to the internet to get some work done. By the time we were finished with all of this it was after 1:00pm and we were ready to hit the town & see the sights!
... Paris prices, a lunch of €45 is not something that we will be enjoying to often this trip but the food was great and the beer was plenty cold.
After lunch we headed back to check in, desperately in need of freshening up.
Our first night in the city of love we decided to spend in front of its already mentioned famous tower, on the way to the Champ de Mars we grabbed some typically French supplies of soft cheese, meat, baguette and of course a red wine.
... late back to Notre Dame the day before and had not been able to visit inside, so we hopped on the metro and headed over. We walked through the flower mart on the way there which was really neat. As we got in line for the cathedral, Sunday mass was just beginning. We got to watch the procession with the priests entering. Add the bells ringing in the towers and it was pretty breathtaking experience.
We walked along the Seine River and stopped for a delicious ...