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... of romanticism. Jeff tapped into it quite well. Despite the negatives I found in the city, this was something that never disappeared.
My journey continues through Southeast Asia. I will be spending some time in Thailand before arriving in Vietnam for study abroad. I look forward to describing my experiences abroad, I promise my entries won't be this long, just attempting to make up for lost time! Also- in the interest of time, I will be uploading photos later!
... sauce and Abel a bloody massive horse steak. Was actually kinda good ( sorry Sarah). Tasted a bit like venison but some unique gamey flavour at the end.
Then what did we do. ah yeah. So the sun goes down at like 11pm. its pretty much that time when we leave the restaurant. so we are pumped to see Paris by night. Wow, once again. i get trigger happy with the camera. On the way home we stop by the Eiffel Tower once again and see it ...
... the museum. The Lourve used to be a palace so it is pretty easy to get lost in there.
For dinner that night, I ate a French croque, which is essentially an open faced grilled ham and cheese sandwich. I got mine with a fried egg on top and it was delicious, but so was everything I ate in France. Overall, I was pleasantly surpirsed with my time spent in Paris. However, since I was only there for 2.5 days, I did not get to do everything I wanted, so I can't wait to go ...
... that I didn't eat but also a piece of chocolate and pear juice
box that were delicious.
My new favorite thing are the gaufres. These waffles are delicious with or without toppings. I like crepes, but I love gaufres. I did not eat anything that did not taste good. We ate breakfast ...
... I have apparently undergone reconstructive surgery since leaving home. Our stomachs were calling out for food, so we found a cafe for lunch. David had a croque madame, a typical French lunch which is a toasted ham and cheese sandwich with an egg on top, while I had basically the same thing but in a crepe. We realised too late we should have stopped at the cafe over the road instead - it was called La Chappe. We had picked up a few things on our travels this morning, so we dropped them ...