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... night when we had escargots. We did not order them again! I was just happy to sit down. The day started out with my legs feeling much better, but then we were standing around at Roland Garros and that seems to be the culprit. Tomorrow we have about 11ish hours total in airplanes, which will be too much sitting but welcome after all the walking and sightseeing we have done on our trip! We did about 7.9 miles today.
... his bike emergency. Marie was so different from Bernard. She was lively and talkative and awake! We met her at the Republique square, where a statue of Marion, a symbol of the 3 values of the french people, liberty (freedom), equality and fraternity (brotherhood).The first thing we did with Marie was go get wine and cheese. Didn't we just do that? It turned out it was a good thing because she got to know us and what we wanted to see and we got to ask her questions, etc. ...
... than economy- half an inch of complimentary wine for starters and a blind on the window! Also seats reclined slightly and were in faux leather.
We arrived Rome Termini and found the platform for the Leonardo express to the airport- no gates ,no check of tickets at either end! Apparently there is a saying in Italy- "I saw nothing, I heard nothing and, if I was there, I was asleep!" There certainly is an I DON'T CARE attitude.
At the airport ...
... Then a quick stop for crepes and then over to the Louvre. Fun having the museum pass so we can come and go as we please. Sam wanted to see Mona so we checked her out. Then a walk through Jardin des Tuileries and we stopped in at the Musee des Arts Decoratifs. We all really liked this museum of textiles and furniture. Picked up some groceries and headed home on metro. Felt like locals. Had dinner in our neighborhood and gelato at Amorino.
... Anyway I hope anyone that bothered to read this far enjoyed it and will continue to keep up with my adventure. I believe it is possible to comment on my posts/blog somehow if you feel so inclined. I do believe you can also sign up for an email notification that will let you know every time I post a new blog for those especially stalker-ish people amongst you. (Also I apologise for any errors here as I'm currently too lazy to read over what I've ...