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... of us. Tickets purchased, straight in, thank you Internet! We didn't have the stamina to see everything (who does?!), so saw the things that interested us most, including the best known, like the Venus de Milo, Mona Lisa & Napoleon's apartment.
From there we visited Gosselin Boulangerie, which according to the "The Bread Bakers Apprentice", has pain à l’ancienne which has revolutionised the art of ...
... was a bit disappointing compared to the one in LA I went to, considering it's meant to be better. I did bring out the inner kid in me and got a cotton candy :) Basicallywe just hung out, went on some rides although the good ones were closed for maintenance, and watched the fireworks and light show at the end. Adam and I were all Disney'd out by 3pm but stayed on for the light show. That was probably the only good ...
Got up early as I wanted to get the 0650 bus as we wanted to be at Gare de L'est by 0725. When we went downstairs they let us go in to breakfast half an hour before it officially started so had coffee and croissants. As we were trying to get across the road to the bus stop we saw the bus go past so I started to worry as they were 20 minutes apart at that time. Fortunately because it was early the 0710 bus whizzed through the streets and we got to the station in only 15 minutes so ...
... Pulled into the Gare Montparnasse just a few minutes before 9am. Jeff came out to claim me & I felt bad that he had stayed up to meet me. Neither one of us had slept & I was being the crabby diva!
We woke up at 2pm & pushed ourselves to get dressed & get going. We were going to go see where the apt. was that I rented for four nights in Montmartre. I was still being a diva & ...
... boyhood, youth and young manhood, and in one place you could write about it better than in another.