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Like most mornings so far, I have heard everyone getting up and getting ready. I guess technically I could wake up too, but then what would I do all morning long? I set my alarm the night before for 9:30am because I thought that is late enough. Well apparently, my alarm went off but I didn't hear it, probably because my phone was on silent. So I got up a little after 10am and got ready.
I had a wonderful breakfast of a croissant and ...
... i was alone that night though, so I went back a little earlier so as not to get attacked by someone on the street.
All and all, an awesome and very filled with dance and very surreal memorable moments week. As I like to say to people, I have finally reached the level in my salsa where people don't blatantly avoid me when I make eye contact, and that's awesome. It was also nice to meet up with friends and have something to do more often than not without having to rely on API at all. ...
... 6pm Bill had very sore left knee Took the Big Bus to Champs Élysées Dinner at Vesuvio Pizzeria Trattoria at Champs Élysées --- Jess had Tortelloni alla boscaiola, Meg had pizza with ham & mushrooms, Karin had pizza with bacon & a fried egg, Bill had spaghetti bolognese, Everyone shared a large Caesar salad, Bill had a large Meteor beer (€86.40) Took the subway from Henry V station to Trocadero; across the river from ...
Today is market day. The local markets at Bastille are on, and so is the Paris Marathon apparently. We walk to part of the course just as the front runners, all dark skinned chaps ran past as if they had just started, great timing for us. We venture underground, through the metro tunnels to pop up the other side. The markets are full of fresh herbs, fruit, vege, meats, cheese and ...
... receptive male model (aka Pito) and camera in hand we made the most of our unique moment and lapped up everything the Tower and Paris had to offer taking many a picture and memory. We then slowly made our way up to the 2nd and 3rd floors, which again, were reasonably quiet. By the time we made it to the top the sun was setting and there was no excuse not to buy a glass of champagne and see this spectacle through some bubbles. Oh, how divine! With dark approaching we realised ...