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... to watch the girls recognize some of the artwork that we have discussed and duplicated in class. We spent just over an hour in the museum and then strolled over to the Tuilerie gardens. We were to meet the group at the Obelisk again so we knew we had some time to sit and people watch, one of my favorite pastimes. Once the group gathered, we started our walk to the Opera Garnier. We took photos, which will be posted at a later date, and continued our walk ...
... 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 ...
... cross ribbed vaulted ceilings being examples of this. The stained glass windows are amazing and the audio tour pointed out the stories told through them. We also learned of the term 'recumbent' statue, which is of the person lying down - fabulous marvel carvings! After roséing on our street, a bit chilly outdoors today, dinner at home was a cutlet done in a lovely Calvados (left here by Howard and Joanne) cream sauce with sautéed cepes, 'cause Paris is all about food and ...
... way to keep the employment numbers high. We walked all around Notre Dame before checking out another cafe. When we saw the menu it was clear that we just had to order a crepe. Which happened to have chocolate, bananas, almonds and whipped cream. And ice cream on top. Deeeelish! After lunch we stopped by Shakespeare & Company bookstore so I could shop and get a fancy stamp in my new book. Then we hopped on ...
... looking for love in all the wrong places, or trying to forget a painful memory from your past, I've learned that alcohol is never the solution to any problem. You must first dig deep within yourself to try and figure out what is truly causing this pain in order to ease the tension.
I've also learned that I don't need other people to validate my existence. There was once a time in my life where I thought being friends with the "popular girls" or dating the captain of ...