Le Moulin de Lily
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... they said that we wouldn't have our appointments until November or December. Mine's the 28th! The best part about this is that now I can get my flight home for Christmas since I won't have my appointment at that time! Plus it's nice because then my visa stuff will be done and the only thing I have to wait for still is my social security. I also have to buy my responsibility insurance on Thursday, if I remember. I don't see the point of it, but I'll do it. Vive la France! ...
... today and it is a large garden complete with flower beds, zoo, race track, swimming pools, etc. we walked the gardens and had lunch in a restaurant on the grounds. Noted some very special bonsai in one display, some of which were 80 years old. Train home, the feet will only take so much, stopped off to buy some afternoon tea cakes. Perfect end to the day. We are now just finishing off the left over from yesterday. I had no idea that little green skinned fig would go so well with blue ...
... decided to do some self-guided walking tours, a boat tour of the Seine, and pop in to say howdy to Mr. Napoleon Bonaparte. Our apartment has a box set of 50 different 1-2 mile walking tours that take place all over Paris, so I found three that were walkable from our apartment. We spent our morning wandering leisurely through the Marais neighbourhood. The walking tour had us going past a lot of different cafes and restaurants that have been in Paris for years, ...
Today was all about hanging out down by Pont Neuf and going to the Bibliotech to get my granddaughter a bookmark. It was closed and the guy at the coffee shop down the way said it had not been open for awhile. Darn. So we walked the Seine River & the Left Bank & browsed the junk souvenir shops, furniture places..you name it! Found another plant market on Cite. Something was going on because the police were ...
... of me to attempt French, but she actually spoke Spanish! The main thing was, she directed us to our desired destination. You will notice our photo of the Hotel de Ville, which is the Town Hall. We were reminded that a few years ago we were in Paris, getting a bit desperate as we looked for some accommodation. We were heading to this hotel which I'd seen noted on the map, when we realised it was the Town Hall! ...