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Today after a good 'flat white' in a local cafe where the barista learned in Australia, we studied, ate a home made baguette lunch, and a clafoutis au fruits rouge for afternoon tea. We found in a theatre nearby a one man show, in english, about the different approach of tourists and the home grown Parisian to public behaviour in shops, restaurants, taxis, metro, and discos, sex etc. It was such a ...
... it would be like to have our city overtaken. Our walk then continued on down the Champs Elysses, Paris's road of luxury. We annoyed the sales people at Louis Vuitton by going inside "just to look around" and then enjoyed an overpriced 10 euro white beer apiece at Fouquet's, an apparent French celebrity hot spot (no celebrities spotted). This was a lesson in value-for-dollar and we vowed to only drink 4 euro bottles of wine from the ...
We headed to the SNCF (French train service aka Via Rail) kiosk near our hotel to book our train reservation for tomorrow to Koblenz in Germany. Who knew we should have made a reservation on the train before we got to Paris? The trains are full and I don't speak French well enough to explain we really need a train for the next day or we're not going to make our hotel reservation. Ok, so slight (correct that - massive) panic sets in. We ...
Today we left the the studio early and headed out through Les Beaux Passages to the Louvre. Stretching 700 m. along the Seine,it's estimated it would take nine months just to glance at every artwork in the world's largest museum. Constructed as a fortress by Philippe-Auguste in the early 13th century,the Palais du Louvre was rebuilt in the mid16th century as a royal residence; And in 1793 the Revolutionary Convention turned it into France's first national museum. We lined up ...
... the corner where the kids ordered their French pastries. The kids are all doing really well speaking in French when ordering - obviously it helps a lot with Phil being able to guide them. We then headed off on foot through the Jardins des Plantes down to the Seine and followed the river to Notre Dame Cathedral. After that we just wandered the streets with a stop at a café for espresso and hot chocolates in the Marais area. There were the quintessential ...