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... The person John Paul is serving seems to be buying tickets for everyone in Paris.
Finally it is my turn. I explain the situation and all good John Paul prints our tickets for me. We are good to go. Well as good as we can be as we don't want to return to the Eiffel Tower and we are not sure how to get back to our apartment. We need to go home now as we are all a tad tired. We decide to go to Javel ( this is near where we are staying) as Rod wanted to show me ...
... but I agreed, knowing though that I would have to break that agreement as I wouldn't have time before leaving Paris. Flattering though, especially as I felt like s**t!!!
My final day was spent wandering Musee D'Orsay (highly recommended museum), taking a boat trip along the Seine for a different perspective of the city, and then walking up to Sacre Creur for magnificent views of the city, before leaving on the 5:45pm train back to London.
... I managed to do a bit of damage on a handbag, but in fact spending has not been on the agenda much because there is so much to see and do. On our return we had a late lunch in a cafe...this time it was stuffed mussels for me. I am trying to taste the local fare rather than the safe options some prefer. But I must say I have drunk much more beer than ...
... 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 ...
... Then walked down the Avenue des Champs - Gucci, Cartier, Marks & Spencer (yep!), Toyota, Mercedes, Quiksilver (yep!), etc etc. A mixture. Also went into Sephora - a purfumery and makeup chain. Had to buy a new mascara didn't eye! Hehe.
Continued walking to Rue Cler which was recommended to go to in the Rick Stevens book, 'Europe Though the Back Door' to get fruit, chocolate, bread, wine, cheese; if one wanted to go for a picnic. Well, I wasn't but had to have a look. Was ...
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