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... but I said we weren't getting it. He begged and begged for me to come see this amazing hat with crowns on it and he just had to have it as a memory of Bayeux. So, we made our way back to the stand that was selling this infamous hat. As Ezra pulled it out to show us, my dad and I saw all of the crowns on it BUT it also had the word HUSTLER in big, yellow letters. My dad and I almost died laughing and then tried to explain to Ezra why we would not be buying him that hat. Oh boy! ...
... I in the meantime attempted to use the local launderette, two french ladies had an argument, which sounded a lot worse tat it probably was in french! This afternoons sights started in Montmartre, and the Sacre-Coeur with the artists square, and homes of Van Gogh, Renoir, Degas, Picasso and Toulouse LeTrec. Now I could live here! Followed by the Eiffel Tower and the Seine river Cruise. Far too hot today, we all nearly ...
Bright eyed and bushy tailed, we ate our delicious continental breakfast and headed off to the motor coach where for the next three hours we made our way to view, take pictures and learn about Paris' major monuments and sites!
The Eiffel Tower was the hit of the day as we viewed it from two different sides with digital cameras ...
... in a huge snog!! Eeewwww!
Made it to Notre Dame and walked through that. Lots of tourists here. The stain glass windows are beautiful.
This morning Megs and I did a finally stroll down the Champs Elysee before packing and heading off to Gard de Nord.
Now we're back in London and enjoying a quite night in. A relaxing day tomorrow.
This time next week Maddie and I'll be home!
... a block or so back from the Champs Elysees – and I am sure that we skipped the queue! (We did - but despite their reputation, nobody was bothered. Clearly we were not local.)
More Christmas markets. At the Place de la Concorde we explained the Obelisque to Ed, and then headed to the Orangerie – where the queue was over an hour so we decided to come back another day.