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... were in the train. There was some slight panic from Delenn, as she was pulling her bag and we were trying to prise open the shut doors. A helpful passer-by joined in the futile effort and then the doors opened...momentarily, for Delenn to pull her bag in and for Ms Mehic to jump on board...Mr Turner took one for the team and was left on the platform. The students showed their sympathetic concerns with plenty of laughing and waving.
We were hungry after the boat trip and made our way to a recommended fondue place, but it was weirdly closed. Having seen fondue restaurants back in Saint Michel, we decided to walk there and plopped down at pretty much the first restaurant with fondue we saw. It was an excellent choice, and we spent the evening feasting on cheese fondue, beef, meats, wine and bread. (There seems to be a pattern in our meals ...
... delicious as expected), visiting a cafe full of cats (cuteness overload), and finally seeing the Mona Lisa. It's true what they say about her eyes. They really do follow you across the room. I tested this. I spent a good deal of time looking both at her, and at all the people clamouring to take photos and selfies. I didn't bother. I may have taken photos of art earlier in the tour, but if there's one thing I've learned it's that a photo just doesn't ...
... at a homey little café…red
checkered table clothes & all…croissants of course…what else!!! We had fun exploring the streets surrounding our apartment after this…..an amazing location is this 9th district
of Pigalle….full of Parisian charm.
The Moulin rouge is a draw card for me….wish we could go
inside..but we are not sure how brave we are!!!
... bus took us to the Louvre, where we had a choice of taking a private highlights tour of the museum (Lil Sis), exploring the museum on our own, or free time to do whatever we could manage to do in an hour and a half (me).
I decided to take a walk around the area and go to the Île de la Cité, which is the part of the city its oldest inhabitants, the Parisi, lived in. I made careful notes of how I'd gotten out of the Louvre, because I had to be back at the meeting point at ...