Hotel de l'Aveyron
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... After a nice lunch in the village, we headed back to Veron to catch the train to Paris. It arrived late, which cut down on our chocolate tour (that, and the fact that we got a bit lost without Emily). But we did manage to visit Pierre Herme’s, aka "The Picasso of Pastry". Hilary had her first macaroon. And maybe a couple of more . . . She wanted to know why I didn’t tell her about them on our first day in Paris!!
We finished the day with a quick peak ...
... could really be considered. There are a lot of houseboats moored on the side of the canal, paying about 5000 euro’s a month and one wonders what happens to the waste from those boats.
After this trip we were driven to our accommodation at the Holiday Inn Express, which is about 20 minutes from Central Paris. Our accommodation is really nice and one of the best of the trip. Outside our room on the 2nd floor, is a canal just outside ...
... like the legs of a praying ...
... how many locks there were! There is a whole lot of love in Paris!! And we added a little bit more :)
On our way from the bridge to Notre Dame, Chris decided it would be a cool day after all and got a hoodie to blend in with the locals. Exploring Notre Dame again was great. I love the carved bible stories and paintings that are designed to help those who couldn’t read understand the key ...
Tomorrow we leave Paris. It has been amazing here and we are very thankful that Tara, Greg and Charlie welcomed us into their home. I think it made leaving Canada a little easier on me considering we met with family before being on our own.
I woke up around 9 this morning to Nick climbing back into bed from being awake at 7 am. I decided it was a good idea to cuddle up and fall back asleep, next thing ...