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... frozen food (we later found a freezer-market where all they sell is pre-prepared meals). The French do not cook, do not exercise but still look slim. Ali has got a job over the summer as a receptionist for 'fat wheel tours' an American tour company and as she had just started was spending her induction period doing different tours of Paris. She was doing a Segway tour the next day. Tomorrow will be another day of being a tourist but with the added excitement of the shops being ...
... and two stories village houses that are built right up to the street edge. You can just walk into the church which has that old nana cupboard smell and the marble stairs have been worn away in areas where so many people have walk down them for so many centuries. We leave this lovely village and head up to a light house, which in its time was built as a party house for the more fortunate members of France to come together and celebrate and drink champagne. There is a small ...
... back down and had a walk around the park. We met up again and headed over the bridge towards the Trocadero, had a nice baguette in the park, not a bad view! Took some more photos and then caught a bus to L'Arc de Triomphe. More photos and then a walk down the Champs Élysées, popped into the Mercedes showroom, nice! Continued down to the Place de la Concorde and into the Tuileries where we had a bit of a sit down and an ice cream. Walked on to the Louvre, we didn't go ...
... home but being as big as they are, would not fit in my bag. Bugger
The architecture here is unreal and you know you have stepped into another world: The best I can do here is probably just upload pictures but that will have to wait as I am using a Mac #ugg# in the foyer of the hotel Novatel at the Charles de Gaule Airport: We are staying here as we have a 6.30 flight in the ...
... move and stopped at a place called 'The Rendezvous'. The cafe hadfree wifi which I took advantage of by skyping Grandi and Poppi and they helped me out by suggesting some of their favourite things in Paris. I grabbed the bill and was horrified by the cost of my pretty average coffee.
I caught the metro a couple of stops away and then began my long walk through the city's main attractions. I visited Jardin du Luxembourg which was impressively beautiful as well as ...
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