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... know you enjoyed my other French blog entries, and I am sure this one brought more than a tear to your eye!! You definitely need to find a way to get back here one day! I still remember seeing the movie with you at Fox Studios, and the funny American woman who was learning French and spoke it with such a terrible accent in that last short story sequence, sitting having her baguette picnic and talking about the Eiffel tower. Even watching that brought a tear to my eye! Paris, Je ...
... that runs late in the night.
The city roads reminded me of Mumbai, regaular roads with the odd tree lining the sidewalk. With mid-rise apartment buildings all around. Lots of 2 wheeler's zipping around, especially scooters. Which is a drastic change from the US.
It is said that, and I got the feeling from the cafe's late evening, that Paris has a great nightlife scene (that I din't have the time to explore this time around. Well, I'll be back !)
... Fi. Whilst people sunbathed, picniced, walked through, contemplated life, we sat down on a bench to read.
Relaxed and ready to move on we made our way towards the waterfront and onwards to the Notre Dame. We made a slight detour to buy some gourmet cupcakes (and terrible coffee) which we scoffed before joining the seemingly never ending queue looping its way all the way back to the cathedral. Amazingly it took just twenty minutes for us ...
... I wanted to watch the next world cup soccer match (Unfortunately I watched a game or two with Eli and discovered that I like watching the soccer!) so we decided to go earlier so we could be back to watch the soccer. Kyria wanted to get photos while it was dark which meant they’d be out til after 10pm. So we set off on our separate parths. Mike and Kyria went to visit the souvenir shops by the Notre Dame and Eli and I caught the train to the Sacre-Coeur. This ...
... home, back to reality, I relish in the wonderful trip we've had. I am sad to leave, and a little unprepared to get back to everyday life after such an important journey. It was a vacation, yes, but oh so much more. It was an opportunity to take the time away from reality to examine those very questions invoked by turning 30. Paris, sacred friends, my mother... they've all helped provide, or more, realize, the answers that have been there all along. And I am grateful. Happy birthday, ...