Adagio Paris Buttes Chaumont
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... circled us, one of them held the paper opened up to me to distract me for a few seconds while the other four circled Min. They had her purse unlatched before she jumped back and shouted at them. They should know better then to mess with Thais from Bangkok. They weren't getting in there. There were french police walking the streets a few feet away but they didn't seem to care. Nothing ...
... of stairs according to Dayna's pedometer.)
We exited the boat at dusk and hung around to watch the lights come on in Paris. The Eiffel Tower is really pretty all lit up in the evening.
7:30, time to head home. Dinner in a little Chinese fast food place that was actually pretty good. Lots of walk-in trade from the locals anyway.
Packing is done, alarm set for 5:15 a.m., blogging a little and time for bed. Another fun day!
... the tower as the only company we had was one homeless man looking for dropped spoils and the cleaning crew dutifully ridding the area of so much trash it would have made a third world country proud.
Feeling good about our morning we treated ourselves with another fine French invention of a crepe filled with nutella washed down with espresso.
Morning over we headed back to our hotel to get ready for the city bus tour and Eiffel Tower lunch that we had ...
... quickly. For a late lunch, we stopped at a small restaurant in the Latin Quarter and had some very French meals, including such things as escargot, onion soup, bruschetta, chocolate mousse and crème brulee. The boys were in heaven with their own plates full of mussels. I had no idea that fires were the side dish to mussels! We had dried off a bit, so it was time to move on. We decided that it might be a good time to hit the Louvre, which was open late ...
... it there only just in time to meet our tour guide.
We had signed up previously for the Wego free walking tour and it was fantastic. Three and a half hours of animated commentary made the 6.5km walk enjoyable and we all have a much greater appreciation of this amazing city now. The guide was impressed that we had signed up for the tour just twelve hours after flying in! The whole family have made an incredible effort today and I think the decision ...