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... wandered around the opera house for two hours. I can’t wait for Jacoba and Jonathan to see it too.
When I was finished there, I popped quickly into the massive department store, the Galeries Lafayette, but was only there for a few minutes before heading back to the apartment and meeting with J after work.
By that time, I had gotten back into contact with Naomi, Ruth and Bernardo, and we agreed ...
... by so quick and its back home we go. But to my cousin preparing a traditional Swiss dish called raclette, Its a special cheese that gets melted and you pour it on top of potatoes, ham, cornichon and other totally healthy non-fatty foods. Served with a local Alsace wine. Heaven...
So funny, nobody told Abel that the sun sets around 11pm. so confusing. Lucky for the shutters over all the windows. We're not in Oz anymore
... dinner. With several choices for each of four courses we were brave and tried snails and frogs legs before enjoying Beef Burgundy.
... in the Egyptian antiquities, we called it a day. We exited back in the Tuileries Gardens, before crossing back to take some photos of the pyramid at night. It proved another marvellous sight. Our schedule was starting to tighten, so we found a cafe nearby and ordered. Forty minutes later we were on the move again, my stomach rumbling from hunger. My "well done" burger hadn't seen a flame and was red raw. It was disgusting, but we didn't have time to send it back. Instead we found ...
... of it survives. The site has been excavated
and they have models and a very clever digitised reconstruction of how it would
have looked. It was a fascinating visit. Later in the day, we went
for a walk around Macon which has its share of narrow, medieval streets and
magnificent old buildings – including the 13th century Old St Vincent Church,
the relatively modern (19th century) Church of St Pierre and ...