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... chokkies, before I conked out in my hotel room at 8pm. Did I forget to mention Leah lives on the fourth floor and there's no lift and they're away in Croatia on holiday? I just had time to watch the news and make some plans for my three full days in Paris. Monday July 29th Today I rode my bike for the last time as I carried the last full backpack of bits and pieces to leave at Leah's, including my lovely feather and down pillow, which is no longer needed to fill up ...
... was very kind and helped me to unwrap my Korean rice cake which was like a triangle shaped sushi wrapped in a nori sheet. Definitely hit the spot. Totally buggered when I arrived at Paris CDG airport 1:30 am my time and 6:30pm Paris time. Managed to catch the Roissybus to Opera in Paris ok and then delved into the Paris underground train system called Le Metro. It's not meant to be navigated with a 23 kg suitcase full of goodies for Leah and 6 kg hand luggage ...
Over the past couple of weeks, i have been taking a couple cooking class through L'atelier des Chefs cooking school. They have cooking classes all over the city in teaching kitchens, open to the public on almost every day of the week and with a great variety of menus. Jane sent us emails about the available spaces in the classes earlier in the semester, and a few of us jumped at the chance. As people who know me know, I can't cook. It's actually dangerous if i get near ...
... again and went to the Louvre, again we heard to get there early as the lines got pretty big but we just walked straight in, very simple. This day we saw heaps of paintings and sculptures and artifacts from all different cultures and time periods, we saw the famous ones including the Mona Lisa (which was very difficult to get a close up photo without somebodies head in the way). At the end of the day we ended up seeing about two thirds of the Louvre and then gave ...
... Michel area along the Seine River. What a great area to walk around. We found a great little cafe and had French crepes. I have to admit, I was a little nervous about visiting France mainly because of the language, but I have been pleasantly surprised how much I have enjoyed being here. You cannot see and experience all there is in ...
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