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... pleasing. We hoped to go inside Notre Dam but there were too many
people queuing for our limited time so we took heaps of photos of the
outside before returning to our hotel via the Avenue des Champs
tonight at the same cafe our takeaway came from last night. The nice
waiter said “you are the yesterday night people”. It is such a
busy place we were impressed he remembered us.
... feeling poorly (sorry to harp on about it), I really enjoyed my time in Paris. As I've said, I liked being in my own company, and walking around not worrying if I got lost (which is something I hated even only 12 months ago! Yay, growth!!).
Paris did me a world of good in a number of unexpected ways, and ways that perhaps many would not necessarily associate with the city - but it is true, it is the city of (self) love :)
... steps of the near by subway Willy, Imogen's boyfriend returned from work and sunk into the seat opposite me to enjoy a mojito with the girls. We chatted and laughed and I was lulled into holiday mode despite my creeping onset of jet lag and exhaustion. Come 9pm we decided it was time to head out for dinner, I was so time disorientated this was no concern to me, and with the sun still shining brightly it didn't seem unusual that we were only now just making plans to head ...
... stopping for water as its really hot. Then navigate our way to Luxembourg Gardens, using Francois handy iPhone. The gardens are built around The Luxembourg Palace which is still home to the senate, there were quite a few police officers patrolling the area. We walk around the whole garden, it is huge & packed full of people, just as many tourists as locals just enjoying the grass, shade & some the hot sun. There are a number of creperies if you need a snack ...
... Morningstar. She was also staying with my fellow Ragged Mountain Running Shop employee, Lindsey Tumperi. I believe when I first saw Jess my eloquent words were "holy ****." I was a hot mess that night, but I do love when the world seems to become so small.
- I found an awesome fruit stand and bought lovely peaches for breakfast.
- I began ignoring our tour guide and began chatting with the cool, ...