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... story with subterfuge involving Venetian mirror makers, and is quite stunning. The chandeliers were quite something and would have taken a fair effort to keep clean. Had a mix of rain, sun and thunder in the afternoon back in Paris. Thursday 7th August Had a leisurely breakfast this morning and walked to Montmartre and up the steps to the Basilica at the top of the hill. It is an impressive building, fairly plain but with soaring vaulted ceilings ...
... 8217; areas to check out their displays and then to see Napoleon’s Apartment rooms, lavishly adorned with chandeliers and furnishings. It was a good visit, about 5 hours of walking and we’d had enough.
Next on our list for the day was to meet Alan & Lindy Clark at the Metro near Le Louvre. Alan & Lindy were friends from my childhood days in Sale and have been living in Paris for just over a year! We just managed to catch them before they ...
... Picasso, Van Gogh, and Gertrude Stein frequented these streets in the past. We were reminded of the recent movie, Midnight in Paris.
We stopped at a little bistro for dinner and had a delicious risotto dish and dessert. We walked past Moulin Rouge on our way back to the metro. We got back to our apartment while it was still light out--a first--although it was 10 pm.
PS. No pics today; most places we went didn't allow ...
... me at 30km and give me a Powerade bottle. I was really needing it. My pace was dropping as my calves started hurting more and my legs felt heavier and I knew I had some gnarly blisters on my toes and could feel my toenails lifting but I could switch that pain off. I passed the 30km mark looking for them but they weren't there. 32 km came around - still hadn't seen them. I really needed my Powerade and another hug. It turns out they were held up on the ...
... on the laptop for all our travel planning - from deciding where to go next, to booking our next hotel. Spent a couple of hours trying to get it working again. Ran a few diagnostics, managed to get it functioning to the point of turning it on - then nothing. Finally bit the bullet and decided that we needed to purchase a new one. So, a quick Google search (thanks to our smart phones) revealed where the Apple stores were (you didn't think we ...