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... Sanisette - it is a GPS program that locates the nearest public toilet. A definite must have for any Paris trip (especially after eating at Au Pied du Cochon).
We had a lightish dinner at Le Soufflé restaurant. Lunch was still weighing heavy on our stomachs so we couldn't finish the yummy savoury and sweet soufflés.
Grabbing an early sleep in anticipation of hopping on the train to Chatellerault ...
... below. From there, we just kept walking. Up past the Louvre into the Tuileries (where we finally succumbed and haggled with a guy for a couple of mini Eiffel Towers) and then onto the Champs-Élysées. All the way up to the Arc de Triomphe with a pitstop for ice cream. I can now faithfully report that ice cream on the Champs-Élysées was the most expensive of the trip: €10 for two scoops. And Bronte didn't even like hers! Sapna and Jim ...
... spend time in prayer. Great last sight to see... Once finished with my Sacre Coeur experience, I needed water (too many stairs); I found this souvenir shop with the nicest items - different and not as cheap as the other things appeared. I was able to find a cute trinket for Vince, some unique postcards and an ornament for myself to remind me of Paris. I wandered through the streets to the hostel. I then took a shower in a phone ...
... it was quite cool!
There were a couple of artists around willing to do portraits of people. We ummed and ahhed and then decided to get one with all four of us and the Eiffel Tower in the background. He didn't understand what we wanted at first and was going to do two pictures, one of each pair so he had to start again when we explained what we really wanted. It was cool watching him. He was very fast! He gathered quite a crowd when he started drawing. ...
Tuesday 27 May 2014 – Last
night we walked to the point on the Seine, where we were to embark for our
dinner – cruise. It’s only a relatively short walk through the Louvre and
across one of the bridges. The bridge closest to where the boat was parked (I
guess berthed is the proper term) was one of the bridges where couples write
their name on a keyed lock, place the lock on the side of the bridge (the sides
are like a steel open mesh) lock it ...