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... breast fed on this trip - on top of the Eiffel Tower is added to her list.
We then walk the stairs to the second observation level. Wow the view is so much better up there. The summit is closed. I am secretly relieved because we would of done it if we were able, and that required a lot more energy than I had in the tank today.
We headed back down to the base.
We decided to walk to the Arc De Triomphe. ...
... dishes would have been complete without the famous french dessert dish, the Crème brûlée we got to eat. It was phenomenal.
By this point we were completely satisfied with our great meal and finished off the day checking out the Moulin Rouge, which I didn't know much about, but the whole red light district in Paris was super interesting!
The next day we woke up early once again to make sure we got to go right into the Louvre Museum. This was essential for both of ...
... in the warm midday sun for awhile.
Leaving the park it was just a short walk back to the Orangerie Museum. I would call this a small boutique museum - displaying select works by Claude Monet and his contemporaries. The museum's claim to fame is Monet's Water Lilies - 8 mammoth scale paintings. We stayed there about an hour and a half, then hopped on a Metro and headed back to the hotel ...
... synchronized music. Our night wrapped up with fireworks over the grand canal…one of my favorite days in Paris!
Date night in Paris!...I had asked Erin, who we were exchanging homes with, if she had any babysitters who might be able to watch Jackson and Abby so we could go out for our 10th Wedding Anniversary (which inspired this trip to begin with!). She came through with flying colors and Rebecca, ...
... the gardens opposite it, then went in search of food. In French style, Rach and I got a freshly baked baguette from a bakery and some delicious cheeses (a blue, of course, and a washed-brie) to share. It was like a party in my mouth haha.
After we had all finished, we had a lovely walk along the Seine river towards Notre Dame. The heat was amazing, I walked in the sun to try to ...