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Wow what a day.... Out the door by 11:30 and back after 10pm
Breakfast in the apartment this morning and then we walked to the Arc De Triomphe and up to the very top for the incredible view, we took our time up there taking lots of photos. I had to pinch myself (Denham literally did) so many times today.
As we were crossing the street a man beside us bent ...
... it was cold at least.
Our last stop was the Shakespeare and Company bookstore. It was an American bookstore and the neatest store I have ever been in. There were floor to ceiling books with those ladders that you can push down the rows. There was a piano player upstairs that played so beautifully, I was mesmerized by him. There was a children's section that was the under part of a child's loft bed and books surrounding it. The staircase to the second story only ...
... with a window decoration that in Sydney would have the Eiffel Tower in the centre decal to bring exotic and exciting places to mind. But in France....
I am reminded of a story, no doubt apochryphal, about a religious pilgrim who passed through Chartres in the 12th century when the cathedral was being built. The pilgrim asked a man what he was doing, and the man replied that he was a stone mason and that he was cutting stone for the walls. The pilgrim ...
Day two in Paris is another glorious day (28c) and we are up and ready at a reasonable hour as we want time to rest before our big evening out. Today's agenda is to do more walking, just taking in the sights and a visit to the Musee d' Orsay, which is one of my favorite places in Paris.
We walk over bridge after bridge and get sidetracked (lost) along the way but this an amazing city to get sidetracked in, ...
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