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... and then towards the gate. It's a long way and one by one the others slow down to a walk as their bodies resist this burst of running. I muscle through it and see a fellow moving the entrance ropes across to close off the flight - I have about 150 meters to go. I get there and learn the news. I advise there are 7 others coming and they reply we know. WTF. We can see the plane through the window - d'oh.............. ...
... lost in the Latin Quarter and St. Germain. I got so lost I kept going in circles, not getting anywhere. So I headed to the water. At a park right by Shakespeqre and Company I choose to go to the Rodin Museum. I had heard such good things about the garden, as most of his works are there. It took 2 transfers but I got there. The metro is great but there are a lot of stairs! The 2 stations I was in were brutal, but I saw 2 old ladies in front of me and ...
... Scarves are popular here but the nice ones are expensive.
Left it a bit late for dinner, good restaurants are full so we are going to another local bistro Brasserie Balzar. Should be fun.
Just got back. Finally tagged a typical Paris bistro. Great atmosphere, service and food. Started with champagne and french onion soup (separately of course). M had crab avocado then roast chicken. I had chateaubriand with hollandaise sauce - ordered ...
... s waterlilies. It is here that Ashlyn discovered she is drawn to the artist Eduardo Manet.
We took a cab back to our apartment as it was beginning to rain and our feet were tired. Dinner that night was at a local restaurant called Le Jardin de The where we had our first duck confit of the trip. We were the only people speaking English inside the restaurant so we took that as a sign we hadn’t fallen into a tourist trap.
Day 3 ...
... I had to navigate and communicate our way across the city to our hotel, with our mountain of luggage, and then find a ticket office in the centre of town to pick up our pre-ordered passes for sightseeing and transport. All a bit complicated when you don't know the place, can't remember the language and are three sheets to the wind.
As it turned out the navigation proved fairly easy - my remaining smattering of the lingo ...