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We go into Abercrombie & Fitch to see what all the fuss and long lines is about. Not sure really what's that about, yes there's a grand entrance and the store is dimly lit in a nice way, very elegant store, expensive merchandise and that's about it. Missed those topless male models that were suppose to greet you. A visit to the Disney shop and of course had to walk out with a Mickey :)
Today we explored rest ...
... people! We all found walking through the underground tunnels very interesting and understand that they have been a tourist attraction since the 1870s. There were hundreds of kms of tunnels under the city created when they mined the stone to build the houses. They were a convenient solution to the crowded and unsanitary cemeteries at the time. Couldn't believe there are the bones from 6 million bodies all lined up in rows and rows.
Saturday saw ...
... few ventures down to shop our favorite Bastille Market on Sunday, over to sit along the Canal St. Martin sipping Pastis, to enjoy an impromptu picnic along the Seine, and to visit our newly discovered favorite wine shop Les Caprices de l'Instant where we pick up a 1999 Cote Roti, a red Sancerre, and a 2000 Margaux.
In our neighborhood we stop in a Papeterie where Gary finds the paper he is looking for to do rubbings of ...
... because when we got down there it was like peak hour and we had to squash to get on a train! Very pleasant after a long, hot day!! That's it for Paris, we are glad we've been and we didn't some fantastic things, it was an awesome experience. I don't think I would go back, there are so many other places to go and it wasn't my favourite place in the world but one of those places you have to see on once in your lifetime :) Off to Dubai next, should be ...
... to collect a car and drive to visit our friends Sally and David, where we will stay the night, before heading to Perigueux in the Dordogne region.
Today we saw, once again, small electric cars being recharged. Yesterday we found out from Katie that these are hire cars, mainly for locals, who join the organisation and, after paying the yearly fee, can book and use a car for a small fee. Katie says her boyfriend is a member and it is a ...