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... bread. The coffee is very good. Thick and brown and strong and hot, and they keep bringing more of it! Hard to resist. After stocking up with enough calories to sustain the entire vacation, we finally headed out into the cold. And cold it is. Weather says 2 degrees and feels like -2. I have no desire to dispute its findings. It is chilly. Especially when the wind is up a little, it goes through whatever you're wearing. Frozen is exactly how you feel for most ...
... stupefied locals. One frenchman walking his dog was slack jawed to say the least.
In the dome of the Invalides lies The tomb of Napoleon I. As we guessed the place wasn't a hovel.
On 5 May 1821, Napoleon I died on the island of St. Helena, where he had been in exile since 1815. His remains stayed there until 1840. In 1840, King Louis-Philippe decided to transfer the Emperor's body to Paris.
A state funeral accompanied the return of Emperor Napoleon I's ...
... O Chateau, voted the best wine bar in Paris, for a guided wine and cheese lunch. This was yet another fantastic experience, we were led down into a vaulted wine cellar, where the most amazing spread of cheese and cured meats was laid out and where our quintessentially French (and very funny) wine expert took us through five french wines, with multiple top ups, matched with as much as you could eat of the most incredible french cheeses. It was a very apt ending to a great weekend.
... Beijing, Jen flew to Seattle, and I started the second half of my trip in Europe - all alone. Which I really didn't mind. The main reason for me coming to Europe at all was for my cousin's wedding in Belgium on June 14th. But it was cheapest by far to fly into paris on the 12th, so I figured I might as well stay a night in Paris. I used couchsurfers again, but this time I was a little nervous since I was by myself. I shouldn't have been. Couchsurfing is THE best way ...
... wifi and caught up on emails, Facebook and blogs. For dinner we decided to go back to Rue Mouffetard where we had lunched the day before. After a bit of searching Warren chose a quaint looking restaurant called Le jardin d' Artemis at 34 rue Mouffetard. The 3 course meal was once again great. As it turned out this waiter also had an Australian connection. His son was backpacking and currently in Ayr. We got back to the hotel and crashed once ...