Les Jardins de la Villa
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... what it is all about, and it was a great day.
If you do ever go for a couple of days be sure to book well in advance at this restaurant;
https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/dinin g/magic-kingdom/cinderella-royal-table/ this looked amazing however the reservation list is very long. Abbey would have loved to dine with the princesses.
Little did we know what was ...
... Coca, and then stepped into the Louvre
And that's when and where the real hike began. The Louve is unbeievable. It is so much more than the Mona Lisa (to which there is no line in November on a Wednesday) or the Venus de Milo. My personal favorite was this one; it resonated with me, not sure why.
Three hours later, I walked out of the Louvre as it grew dark, stopped at the Pont des Arts where lovers lock ...
... up customizing the tour to our taste.
A couple of the highlights with Marie: I had my first taste of Foie Gras. I didn't know what to compare it to. It wasn't bad but I don't know if I'd have it again. She also showed us the spot where King Henry IV was stabbed in the middle of the day in the Les Halles neighborhood. There is a plaque at the exact spot on the street. The coach back in 1610 was stuck in traffic. Even then! I guess he was a much adored King ...
... walk. So, I guess this is goodbye.
Oh, my heart.
I jumped on Brendan and squeezed him tight, telling him how much I would miss him and how to remember how beautiful he is. Really, that man is such a beautiful human being, I hope he never forgets it.
He started to laugh and told me he was coming to New York next summer, so not to worry. I went and hugged Jack, telling him I'd miss him as well. The interesting thing with Jack is ...
... that Boston is very European, and he was surprised I didn't like France. He said I should have spoke Spanish, and than they would have liked me better. We talked about his life, and his wife who was there too, who was a cardiologist. They were coming back from Denmark, where they had given a talk about medicine and their findings. It was a great conversation, and he was probably around 70. They were so friendly, and also told me ...