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... move the next night. In the evening we wandered up to our local busy area- Plaçe de la Nation- and had a peek at the boulangeries and patisseries as well as the ever abundant pharmacies. We purchased a baguette and some things to make pasta because we had a kitchenette!! Yay!! I got my Nutella crêpe and mum got her lemon and sugar one and all was well in the ...
And on the 7th day we didn't rest but enjoyed time in our apartment neighbourhood. We strolled and came upon a Grom ice cream shop; an Italian gellateria. Bridget joined me for a double double scoop of salted caramel and white chocolate with choc chip and pistachio respectively. With that being breakfast there was a steady decline into a calorie saturated day. We found one of the top patisseries of Paris around the corner and ...
... were running... a few moments
later we saw the police chasing them on bicycles. Then my uncle told us
it is because they don't have visas to be in France and its illegal to
sell souvenirs on the street without a license.
caught another train and got off a stop, when walking out of the train
station my mum said "can you hear it? the bells of Notre Dame". We ...
... the Parisians tend to be very lax about it. Everyone here enjoys a good “verre de vin” (we’ll be very classy by the time we leave I’m sure).
Off subject here, but I mentioned in a previous blog that we didn’t have a shower curtain. You can’t buy them in typical stores (at least not any we’ve been in), and they don’t seem to be common here in general. So we fashioned one out of plastic dry ...
... to pass out if I shut my eyes. After passing impressive bridges & statues & through the markets on the banks opposite the tower we finally arrive. It is impressive up close, it's a browny colour not silver metal like all the pictures you see. Grant tells me it's that colour because they have to keep painting it with anti rust. Gazing up from underneath I would describe it as a metal monster. It's not pretty or shiny like we all imagine but it is ...