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... Versailles and certainly gives it a run for its money. Personally, I liked Fontainebleau better. The opulence is certainly there but the lack of crowds makes it so much more a pleasurable experience. We managed to do most of the indoor rooms that are open to the public, however, we missed the Turkish Boudoir. Probably a good thing. One thing of note, was a small fireplace in a very narrow corridor that made no sense. Turns out it was their version of our modern day ...
... from the Eiffel Tower. Our Airbnb is also really wonderful once we get to the top of six flights of stairs. It's a little studio apartment just down the road from the Apple office, where J will be working part of the time we're here. Maybe I can find the Google office.
Once we were settled into the apartment, we decided to explore our area, and we only needed to walk five minutes to get to the Tour Eiffel. We jostled through the photo-snapping crowds and selfie stick street ...
... part of the public transit around Paris), and showed us a weekend pass we could buy each day, that would allow unlimited access to use the train system, for a little over 3 euros each - super cheap compared to London! Since Uli is a local, she knows all the little places to go that not all tourists know about. It was so helpful to have her show us around! We started out at Printemps, which is one of the most famous shopping malls in Paris. If you take a few escalators up to the ninth ...
... the piano, he's quite the singer! The appetizer du jour was some crusty bread with the fresh Roquefort cheese & a glass of rose'. Seared a few scallops, threw in some wine & voila! Then fried up some calamari.
By now Jeff is back home with Bear & Copper, was so excited when I heard my FaceTime ring to see the crazy boys running around the house. Well, that was my day, very low keyed with a lot of walking around Montmartre.
... past life experiences) and just leaves the dangling predicate. . . "Happens.". I think the idea is that "stuff" happens. and when it does, just find an emotional park bench, sit back, relax, and watch.
I've been on a lot of park benches lately. All of the pictures in this chapter were taken while sitting on a park bench.
Lots of my friends advocate this outlook in some form or another. ...