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... hell, we are in Singapore again. Asians everywhere with hands full of Gucci, LV, Prada etc handbags. there are a few less pricey such as Zara, H&M shops, but full-on; way outer my league. rather spend my Euros in the Patisseries.
head back home and the cuz is cooking us Risotto with some local mushrooms which i bought by an Egyptian dude in a market. Real mushrooms. I'm talking, Mushrooms with flavour. yum yum yumo!
... stayed a while and enjoyed the endless vista of Paris in all directions. Dana and I had a champagne toast and a photo at the top.
We had hoped to see the tower and indeed all of Paris lit up at night. It is after all the "City of Lights" but it literally does not get dark here until 10:00 PM. Paris is on the same latitude as Montreal Canada and the daylight last a long time this time of year.
We descended ...
... the time I got out of the airport to the locker area. Once I figured out what to wear since it's difficult because you don't want to be heavy riding around on a bicycle, but you also need to be warm. And throw in a good chance of rain and.....there you go.
So after I was dressed for the trip, I found my tour guide and we pedaled around. I was her only customer as most people avoid the bike tour in ...
... designs and water fountains (we found one that was synchronized with the music that was playing). After retuning to the hotel, a group of us decided to go to Notre Dame. It is amazing all of the detail that went into the exterior. We were unable to go inside due to the time and the long line. On our way back to the metro stop we found Love Lock Bridge, or one of the many I should say. We then stopped at a bakery to get french bread to eat later that ...
... had been in possession of part of the seigneurie of Maisons since 1460,
and a full share since 1602. Beginning in 1630, and for the next
decades, René de Longueil, first president of the Cour des aides and then président à mortier
to the Parlement de Paris, devoted the fortune inherited by his wife,