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... our way back to the tower, not knowing what the lines will be like. The line for the escalator was massive and this cost 15.50 each. But the line to walk up was small and was only 5eur. So we made the easy decision to walk up the tower. The 1st floor is very cool, there is a cafe, cinema, a few shops, all the furniture is made our off recycled pallets and there was also a table wit swings as the seats. All along the tower is information about its history the different people that ...
... pita and chips (I know, not very French, but very cheap!!) in the stylish Latin Quarter before we bought a lock, signed it and hung it on the Lover's Bridge..Awww..so romantic!! We then sat in the courtyard at the Louvre and admired the glass pyramids and the building itself. We didn't have time to go inside and be whisked past the Mona Lisa - maybe next time. A coffee in a café was next before we caught the train back to the hotel for a wee rest.
... newspapers to bring home, day 3 of being sold out.
Decided to forgo eating out for dinner, I enjoyed cooking in the apt. too much, listening to music & drinking Rose' with sock money. Stopped for my daily baguette, the gal who worked there was so sweet & patient with me. Then on to get more calamari from the fishmonger. I bought 6 shrimps & 1 large squid for 15 euros ~ good grief! Told my fish friend that I would be leaving tomorrow, ...
... district of the Marais. I watched the ice skaters clutching shopping bags. We had talked about heading out for soup but with both of us warm back inside the apartment am not so sure that this will happen. Bridget appears happy talking with Justin and all three cats at home. I have heard that Liam is none too happy with the persons responsible for eating all the survivor packs that I had left in the freezer. Don't tell Liam that he's getting a recipe book for ...
... to support her newly found habit. As a result of short arms and wide angles, most of her selfies are basically a wide grinning face with little else to indicate where the photo was taken. Add in giggling and shaking from the cold, and you have a recipe more fraught with danger than the ones we faced later in the day. None the less, she snapped away and now has a collection of photos of her hand, top of her head, corner of her beanie, the ground, the sky, a ...