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... of the street adjacent to the opera house.
The food store was crazy busy like Pintemps was and it just became too much walking around trying to understand how to order some things. We saw some giant lobster - not like the variety of crayfish we get back home and every gourmet stand you could imagine - cheeses, meats, Asian, chocolate, bakery, grills, general supermarket, fruit and more. We enjoyed viewing in wonder and lust and changed our plans ...
... to see everything, we focused on art works we knew including Degas, paintings and brass sculptures, Van Gogh, Renoir, Monet, Ruebins, etc. Overwhelming collection.
... wife of King Henry IV, the Pantheon where many illustrious French thinkers and artists are buried and many other sites.
After taking in many more sites of Paris, including the wealthier areas and much to the men on tour's dismay, the shopping districts, we parked at the Arc de Triomphe. We walked under the massive roundabout (which was eerily quiet for the most dangerous roundabout in the world) and visited the massive arch commissioned by ...
... speakers playing a mixture of French and English Christmas music; nothing can put you more in the holiday mood than a little Frank Sinatra. I made my way over to the metro because I wanted to make it in time for the Eiffel Tower’s sparkling light show. I had always thought that it only twinkled like that on special occasions but my friend from Australia informed me that it twinkles every hour on the hour at night. This time instead of men hassling me to buy little Eiffel ...
The next day (Sunday) Alice and I woke up around 1pm, which isn't that bad, since we got back around 6:30am. We took our time getting ready and left to go meet her brother at the Eiffel Tower. But first, we got crÍpes on the way (of course) because you know, we’re in France!! My crÍpe was really good because I got Nutella in mine, Mmm… After getting our breakfast we walked to the Eiffel Tower where we found her brother. We relaxed in the park in ...