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... everywhere. When will the US catch up on security for credit cards!?!?! Anyway, so me and the girls were passed out on the Eurostar... I wish we hadn't because I wanted to see the landscape, but one hour of sleep wasn't going to cut it.
The train station was madness but we found our route pretty quickly. Lugging the suitcases around wasn't ideal... cabs from now on ...
... night. At 10pm we ate dinner as Carla (his girlfriend) arrived home late from work. Steak et patates. Typical French! Ha ha.
It's really nice to be in a city I've been to before, where I understand and speak the language and where I can see a longtime best friend! Tomorrow, more of the tourist stuff so that Thursday can be more of a relaxed day and I can do what Parisians do....whatever that is. Theo will show ...
I went to a cafe that is very old. It was built in 1600.
I was glad the menu was in English!
See you soon!
... Champs Elysees to Place de Le Concorde. We didn't get the chance to find out however as we were planning to ascend the Eiffel for a higher view. If it was spring and the trees and flowers were in bloom, I may have rexonsidered.
Please note that if you are planning to walk from the Louvre via the Tuileries, down Champs Elysees to the Arc de Triomphe, have a return strategy in place. We didn't, and we decided to endure the long walk back. It is a pretty fair ...
... famous Arc de Triomphe or go shopping on the fashionistas heaven known as Avenue des Champs-Élysées. We didn't see the Louvre or the gargoyles looming over the Notre Dame Cathedral. Nor did we enjoy any French cuisine; not surprisingly as most is certainly not vegetarian. However we did eat multiple pan au chocolats, drink a few bottles of French wine and listen to bad karaoke at our hotel bar. Next time I guess we will have to stay a little ...