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Un descubrimiento. Recomendable. Cerca del Pompidu.
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Paris loves to sleep in on Sunday mornings. We, however, have lots to do! We started the morning with a short walk to get pastries. See attached photo for my pain au chocolat experience! We found a little patisserie, Blé Sucré, with rave reviews that did not disappoint! We followed our pastries with a Metro ride to visit l'Orangerie to …
Vandaag geshopped. Forever 21. Berksha. Pimkie. Footlocker. Op het eind door Le marais gelopen en de notre dame bekeken. Letterlijk shopped untill we dropped. Maar wel geslaagd met schoenen shirtjes leggings broeken etc.
... and ornate tombs, many of which were quite unique. From the cemetery, we walked back to the esplanade of the Palais de Chaillot, where we had our "Last Tango" photo taken by a gracious Portuguese tourist, who asked that we return the favor, which were happy to do.
After our photo-shoot, we descended from the heights of the Chaillot to the gardens below, where we stopped to watch an Oriental bride and groom ...
... last couple of days. I passed the huge queues waiting to climb the tower, glad that it wasn't me. Rue Cler was full of fresh food stalls and flower markets. Very pretty.
This afternoon I was to meet a lady from Paris Greeters to explore the Montmatre area, but I had some time to kill so went to the food court and supermarket at Galleries Lafayette. Galleries Lafayette is an upmarket ...
... s why I supposedly look attractive to French men. I blame my peacoat. Then, as we were walking down the roads, we watched a burglar take a purse from a couple and that's when we started to freak out. I prayed the entire walk home. I wish we had at least one male friend walking with us for safety. But now, THANK GOD, we are in the warmth and safety of Lina's uncle's apartment. The main lessons I've learned from the first 12 hours in France is to always look behind me, ...