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... Franglais, which makes it even harder to understand her. Anyway, she was here and was cleaning when I got home, so at least the apartment will be clean
In honor of vacation, I watched Netflix all night long because that's what people do on vacation. When I run out of episodes, then I'll start doing important things.
Someone is putting on a concert tonight in the apartment next to me. I can hear them yelling at each other from time to time. It's a ...
... garden. We were almost full for art -Just had a little room left for sculpture! And we filled it. Did you ever notice Rodan does the best feet ever? We have a fav bistro where we have our afternoon Ricard with ice and water, while sipping - an elegant women across from us wearing a great dress and high heels, takes a pair of the cutest flat black leather boots and a pair of socks out of her purse and ...
... was ancient, but still in use.
I spent longer than expected there, and I decided that I didn't really have enough time to do another museum justice. Plus, I wanted to see a bit of the city.
I checked out the Sorbonne area and Luxembourg Gardens, as well as took a walk along the Seine. I got my first glimpse of Notre Dame, but am saving going inside for my sister.
Mostly, today got me excited for more- the people relaxing and ...
... a simple meal of soup, tuna fish salad and slices of baguette with the great-tasting butter we enjoy so much when in Paris. Both of us were pretty much exhausted by today's events, so we lounged around a little while, then hit the sack early. We've decided to take it slow and easy for a few days, to rest some weary muscles, while hopefully shaking-off the chest cold that has plagued me since the last few days of our stay in Amsterdam.
... of 652,300 square feet. Again, it is huge! I'm so excited to see the Mona Lisa, the Winged Victory, the Seated Scribe, view paintings by Italian masters such as Raphael and Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, walk through Napoleon's apartment, and so much more. I see the famous Louvre pyramids and decide to take a few photos. It's so exciting to be here in person when I've only seen it in books and TV. With my paris museum pass, I bypass the very long lines and ...