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... exit we head for the towers. Unfortunately the line is down the street & would take hours of waiting. Instead we buy lunch at a street stall in front of a cafe. Crepes with caramel & banana for me & another double hot dog with cheese in a French stick for Grant. Btw chocolate fans......everywhere in Paris you come across Nutella, it goes on Crepes, croissants, waffles everything. In the supermarket most of the biscuit & bread aisles include chocolate in ...
... suitcases and backpacks everywhere, prams, dogs, a cage with a bird in it....whatever, if it's good enough for them and it'll get me to Paris, I'll just squeeze on in before my 4 minutes is up and stand or sit on my own suitcase if that's how it has to be. Nothing happens. An announcement. A few people get off. I ask someone if it's still going to Paris? Yes. Half an hour later, another announcement, another exodus. I ask, 'Paris?' 'Oui.' Ok, I wait. Another exodus, but this time ...
... and men was really good. The costumes were beautiful, extravagent with huge headdresses. The ladies in the company were bare chested, but with sheer fabric floating around. If bare breasts can be in good taste, than that is what it was. We all enjoyed the whole show. We walked back to the hotel and had to ring the doorbell. Jean Leup let us in. It was a very late night (2:45 am) but has been a fun day and the rain didn't interfere with our fun at ...
... doing all sorts of acrobatics all while juggling or stalling a ball. Once we peeled our eyes away from him, we turned to the outstanding view of Paris in front of us. We sat on the main staircase, enjoyed some Bob Marley and Coldplay from a busker nearby; Beckett ate an entire banana by himself and we marvelled at the sheer density of the city. Once satisfied, we moved into the church itself. The tricky part of visiting churches with a toddler is that they ask you to be ...
... such interesting architectural details. Walking down Boulevard St Michel we passed by the Hotel des Mines-the office of mines and minerals- one of the strongholds of the resistance against the Nazis in WWII. Because we had read Is Paris Burning? we knew that the holes and dents in the stone walls were from artillery fire during the siege of Paris.
At the end of every day I am tired and ready for sleep. But some days are just ...