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Security kicked out everyone in my room - very rudely! We were not being loud or even drinking - SO STRICT!!!!
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... using it for stunts like jumping off in a wing suit or tightrope walking. Also about how they paint the tower. We took pictures and kissed on the place to kiss spot. We then climbed up to the 2nd floor and saw all the people waiting to go up to the 3rd floor, so we thought we would give that a miss. We wondered around but I personally liked the 1st floor better, not as crowed and the views were just as good. The climb really wasn't that bad and if you have a good break at each ...
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... and maybe even accidentally one of the Notre Dame. We then scooted across to a cafe for a warming coffee to gather our senses before the big cooking test, then into the "French" cooking class we went! The class is about three hours, and it goes pretty quick. You're kept busy cooking four different things - and jumping between stages of each recipe meant that at some point, I stopped knowing what we were cooking at any given time and just followed whatever directions ...
... pictures of Joyce with Rossini, Chopin, and Francis Poulenc.
Then the long ride home on the Metro. We so full from lunch that we ate light at a Creperie and had buckwheat creeps, apparently a speciality of Brittany.
Tomorrow we are off to Montmartre to visit Sacre Coeur.
All the best