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This Thanksgiving was not at all like my typical American holiday. I woke up before the sun was out, and headed to the Fiumicino Airport to catch my flight to Paris with Lauren. We were able to arrive nice and early around ten o'clock in the morning to Paris, which gave us plenty of time to explore for the day. From the airport we got on the metro and headed to the center of the city, we got off right in front of Notre Dame. The cathedral was the first thing I laid eyes on ...
... I made my way back to the hotel and took a nap for 2 hours before I had to go to dinner. We ate across the street from the hotel. I had a salmon pate appetizer, a duck breast with potatoes and profitteroles. Yum. I sat with Sharon, Deb and Larry from Oakland and Paul and Jane from California. Paul and Jane work at the Redwood Forest national park. They have been working at National Parks their whole career. Very fascinating. Paul works as a cop. He started his career at the Statue ...
This morning we planned to arrive at the Eiffel Tower before the crowds, but waking up early after five long days of walking around cities is difficult to say the least. So instead of getting to the base of the tower right at 8:00, we grabbed some fruit from Rue Cler and made it to the tower around 10:30. Close enough.
Because we love taking the stairs everywhere we go apparently, we decided to hike the 700 steps to the second story of the Eiffel ...
... and the west (front ) rose windows gleams with what seems like divine light.
We walked along the River Seine and headed over to a lovely park and sat and people watched and took in the area and to relax a bit. We loved hearing little children say oui Papa oui Maman
Loving the French language so much.
Everywhere we looked and turned came excited argh & wows, from our mouths and camera clicking from us all.
We walked and ...
... We guessed at meals that had similar sounding words to “Bolognese” and “Bistecca”, ending up with a great meals and a slightly sweet (for my palate) white wine.
Pretty well shattered, we were home by 9.30 and off to bed…
Ps, I don't have any photo's from today, but thought I would put a video of my wonderful Son, trying to sleep on the train from Long Island to New York... Click on the photo for the video... He'll love me for sharing... ;)