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We are sitting on our flight from Paris home and I am composing the last of my blog entries on my tablet in the plane. Although I have thrown quite a few pleasant surprises for Debbie this week she saved a dandy for me at the end, getting us bumped up from coach to business class for the 10 and a half hour flight home. As we were boarding the plane …
... mustard, honey and ginger bread! All tried by our mustard cray family. Louisa couldn't believe her luck having other family members being food nuts sorry for the pun. a few more streets down we ended up at the Plaz de le Concorde where if you glanced right you can see down the avenue des champs- élysées to the arc de triomphe and the left through the jardin des Tuileries where Monet painted the lilies . We walked the length of this till we ...
... in the north of France for the year, but all he can think about is asking me out! How about no mate!! I said it more politely than that, of course. I have my good girl reputation to uphold. But I certainly wasn't in the mood to be hit on. Anyway, I looked around a bit longer then started to make my way home. I quite like the Jardin de Tuileries, which is between the Lourve and the Place de Concorde, so I decided to take a little walk there to cheer myself ...
... going to be out done in this contest of bravery. I was reaching before I even put it in my mouth. I still gave it a go despite some severe repulsion, which I think makes me win the bravery contest. My first try ended up the napkin and the second only went down after much gagging and vomit noises. This seemed to entertain the entire café. But it was ok because I had the wisdom to preorder a Pain Au La Chocolat to remove the unpleasantness ...
... flea market at St. Ouen, which is just outside Paris city limits. I love roaming the stalls looking at everything for sale, especially the antiques. If only I could buy big things here! So much beautiful furniture and decor items. I wandered through the stalls for a few hours and stopped for a lunch break at a nearby cafe. After another hour or so of wandering I decided to go to the Eiffel Tower, hoping the crowds had died down in the early evening.
Wrong. The lines were ...
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