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... on the menu and say again, "Vegeterien?"
Sometimes, like at the Italian restaurant for dinner the waitress says Oui and I am good to go. Other times, like at the French brasserie today at lunch they say "No. Jamon." D'oh.
So instead they made me a plate of potatoes, peas and rice. And actually, it was pretty good.
Ca c'est ca! It is what it is.
... the Louvre museum. We all had a delicious lunch and soon headed out again making our way slowly to Notre Dame.
We walked through the Louvre which is massive, and came across a really pretty church. We had a quick peak inside and took some photos. Then we're on our way again. Next stop was Notre Dame. The que was quite large, forming a snake like line...we joined the que and hoped it wasn't going to be long. We had heard ...
... toll and the signs were never clear as to whether they would take cash only, credit card, give you a ticket or whatever. We got up to one that would take a credit card, but not one that had a chip in it. To make it worse, none of the tolls were the same, so the communication was different as well. It seemed we weren't the only ones with the problem as we saw someone back up rows of cars at every toll we came to, and they ...
... wine with it. We sat with a couple from Australia and sisters from Charleston. It was a really nice lunch talking to them. Thanks to Cat's recommendation, I bought some of the most amazing caramels from the gift shop. We then went to Pointe du Hoc which was huge cliffs overlooking the English Channel. The were pieces of several German bunkers still remaining. There was a monument there thanking the US for their sacrifice. Next we went ...
... out at Concorde, near the Louvre, and walked up the Champs d'Elysee through the Christmas markets. We took some photos from the Arc de Triomphe, then we caught a glimpse of the Eiffel Tower through the gaps in the buildings. When in Rome! We didn't have a map, so we just followed our noses, and changed directions depending on where the tower was in our line of view. Eventually we found ourselves at the foot of the tower. Both of us have been before, but Liz ...