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... all along, just on the upper part and we hadn't seen him. Yet another fun vacation adventure! We all took the stairs down, stopping on the 1st level to see about braving the glass floors. Our feet only made it a small way out before we stopped and that was enough. We finally reached the ground level, where it was much warmer than up in the air and a bit misty.
Back on the metro to our last ...
... They let us have a taste of pastry which was very light but had sugar cubes stuck to the side of it, nothing inside but shaped like a ball. More sugar!
Then Bernard brought us to a wine and cheese bar where we had oysters and cheese and ham and bread. This place was a very local place. It was small, with a bar where you placed your order.It was packed. We found a table in the corner. They also had tables made out of wine barrels so if you wanted to stand you ...
... through the Tuileries gardens - beautiful, near the Louvre... We walked to The Hotel des Invalides and saw Napoleon's tomb - very impressive! Plus, we saw a ton of military weaponry. Then we walked along the Champs Elysee and had a tremendously expensive cup of coffee each and a shared lemon meringue pie which was divine. We walked to the Arc de Triomph and scaled the 282 steps up a narrow ...
... It looks like a barn or something I would see in the middle of nowhere. That did not stop people from lining up to buy the expensive tickets! We walked down the red light district of Paris and I am glad I was there during daylight! Very creepy place at night. I then had my first Parisian meal! I ate at the Chartier and it was a good traditional Parisian meal. I had duck and some sort of potatoes. It filled me up and I definitely didn't want to walk afterwards! The restaurant is ...
... When we got off the plane to collect our luggage it took its sweet ass time coming out, which is always concerning when you've had several connecting flights, but after a half hour (not even exaggerating there) of waiting we both had our bags and were on our Parisian way. First up a train ride to something something Norte dame (I'm tired and the French words escape me) and then the purchase of a 5 day pass and a further train ride to Versailles. ...