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Woke up this morning with a pretty bad sore throat, but Ian and I still wanted to go out and see more of Paris. After a light breakfast, we decided to walk around the near by streets seeing some pretty cool sights. At this point it began to rain, but we figured we could deal with it and went on to do a walking tour. However, this guide was full of information and we did a lot of standing in the rain for 2 1/2 hours; at the end ...
... large bottle of vinegar (whose intended purpose was cleaning out the coffee maker), and caught up with LM&R. Larry and I went across the street and brought back a bacon, onion, and cheese pizza for Rebecca and me and a couple of panini for Marcia and Larry. The panini were interesting. Larry ordered a tuna, tomato, and onion sandwich for Marcia and a chicken and tomato sandwich for himself. The guy behind the counter filled the orders by putting slices from a large cylinder ...
... Tower we returned to Montmartre and visited the Sacrecour and enjoyed a nice dinner at a restaurant just at the base of the hill. We returned home tonight later than expected and the kids fitness bands registered they walked 17km each. Hopefully they will not be too tired for our day at Disneyland tomorrow!
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... top floor and there were no lifts. 69 spiraling steps was tiring enough, add luggage.
We finally made it without a heart attack, it was worth it. It was modern fresh, immaculate loft right opposite the metro, macca's, post office, supermarket and so much more.....just down the street is Arc de Triomphe.
An easy afternoon tea and a trip to the supermarket (which was so amazing) was enough for one day.
Full of life lessons, experiences and exercise!
... and all the canvas was stitched, haven't we come a long way! We came upon Laurie's first bike and my first typewriter, or something similar, but the cafe in the museum was not nearly as inventive. Bought a beautiful soft egg wrapped in smoked salmon in gelee (aspic) and a small slice of foie gras de canard as our entre before scraps this evening. More homework, it is getting ...