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... like to live like a Parisian. We took a really leisurely stroll from our apartment west on Rue de Convention until we hit the Seine River. Walking home, we snapped pictures at some of our favorite places and made our final stop at our favorite boulangerie (bakery) where we bought croissants and baguettes each day. We are going to miss fresh bread as much as we'll miss anything else from Paris! We then made our way back to the Louvre ...
... I was so tired by the end of the night, with no promise of many hours of sleep the next day that we decided to just go to sleep. Our days have been amazing, and I so far I have absolutely no regrets!
Unfortunately it is late here, and once again we are exhausted, and will be waking up early, so this is the only post for now. I will post about our day today tomorrow, or the next day when I will be on the train to Lyon. For now Goodnight, and sleep tight!
... mushroom, and egg one. It was quite good. Fares said the BEST crepes was in another area, which we'll probably go to check out tomorrow before leaving.
After the tour of Pagille, we metro'd together to check out his flat. I thought it was super fancy and parisian. His place would make for the perfect place for an Easter egg hunt or to play hide and seek. His living room set up is the best too. Super comfortable with quick and easy ...
... there and onto the Latin Quarter. Surprising to us, the "Latin" quarter is for Latin language and culture not Spanish like we are used to. We found a place with French food that Neil and I couldn't wait to devour. Hot cheese salad, more crepes, duck confit, steak with fries (the French is implied here) and some crime brûlée. Not bad for our first real meal since Friday. Totally stuffed we caught the metro back and retired to our quarters to bust out a blog ...
... mummy was too worried about granny's safety than aunty meg being left behind. We got to our station and waited for aunty meg to arrive on the next train. We went into thousands of shops and it felt like they were all for mum, granny and aunty meg, but I know some were for me. We all bought lots of things. We went on the train again to get home. This time aunty meg was a bit wiser to get on before ...
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