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The flight from Hong Kong to Paris didn't really seem like 12 hours. I’d say we got about 4 or 5 hours sleep during the flight, but it was broken sleep. But some sleep is better than none.
I was able to finish the other 5 episodes of Bosch, which pleased me no end J Mal watched a few more movies. Hopefully when we fly again next month, they will have new ones out!
So we arrived at 6.30am into Paris. They ...
... their dinner to the point that I wanted to say "Get a room." But I didn't.
At the same time, on the other side of us, eye rolls by the hostess and secretive conversations with the wait staff along with an inordinately long wait time to be acknowledged by a waiter, only confirmed my suspicion that we were being punished by my earlier faux pas--asking for a different table. Eventually a waiter did ask for our order and we obliged. Both Doug and ...
... I've never would have thought of that before, but when traveling...So the hunt for a glove begun. We surprisingly found so many on sidewalks, crosswalks and underpasses that we were able to become selective. One was clean enough to start wearing immediately. Yeap, it was that cold.
The fifth worthy glove picked up on the second day was a match to an earlier one! Our unique hunt is over. Instead of discarding the other mismatches in ...
20th September - We slept in for a bit then took a train to Charles De Gaulle (again). From there we walked around for a bit, checked out the Arc de Triomphe again (in daylight this time) then took a tour bus to the Eiffel tower. The Eiffel tower was very beautiful. It was exactly how I imagined, just like in the movies :). We took some photos and had a beer on the grassy area near the tower. After a few hours we jumped back on the tour bus and drove down ...
... stop on the way home for mussels and frites.
After 10 days of markets, walking, gardens, walking, cafes, walking, dinners, walking, the Dali Museum, walking, wines/beers/pastis, walking, cheeses, charcuterie, walking, and more walking, Christopher left to go back home and we collapsed. Just resting for a day is not so ...