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... not to say goodbye as we met some lovely people on the tour. We walked down to a local cafe and had a bowl of French Onion soup with cheese on top. The cheese is held up by a slice of bread. It was very rich - never again. The main was salmon in butter sauce with spinach which was good. It was a package deal the cafes seem to have which consists of either one entree and one main or one main and one dessert. One main on its own costs ...
... pastry as a way to insult another country they were battling (can't remember which country but it has a moon on their flag - hence the shape). The hotels are... Well nothing like back home. They are extremely small and hardly decorated. They work for what we need them for but definitely has me wondering what their hostels are like :) Dinner was chicken and potatoes - very tasty. We followed up dinner with a night tour of Paris visiting the Notre Dame, Arc de triumph, Eiffel ...
Today we woke up bright and early so that we could head to the Louvre! It is free to get in on Sundays so we wanted to take advantage of that but we also didn't want to be standing in line all day either so we decided the earlier the better. Kyle, Kelly and I checked out of our room (since the program is over we had to switch over to rooms we booked) and put our stuff in lockers until our new room is ready. We ate breakfast and headed to the metro. ...
... of the French Communist Party who carried out the first assassinations of German personnel during the Occupation. Before the war he had fought for the Republicans in the Spanish Civil War. In 1943, he was captured and tortured by the Germans, but managed to escape. He died in Alsace while manipulating a landmine.
Antoine-Augustin Parmentier (August 12, 1737 - December 13, 1813) is perhaps ...