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... a little like walking dead.
But the tour was great, and only whetted our appetite for Paris. Since it is late here, just posting a couple of photos already on the iPad. This will have to do, and I'll add some more pics and catch things up a bit after breakfast tomorrow. We are loving the atmosphere and history...trying to find the balance between sharing the great things we've seen and "not writing too much", as Dan says. More pictures tomorrow, I ...
... around. After getting our bearings we went to the apartment and met shoshanna, the British lady who owns our apartment. She was really nice and gave us some good places to go for dinner and drinks. After she left we went for a walk to buy darts (Nim was too scared to ask in French so spoke English) and came back and had a cup of tea. Nim just went to bed and I am exhausted so I shall too. Loving you (I really really need you sos) ...
Things can start so well... Act I, Scene I.
Whats not good about a start to the day that beings in this room (click on the picture and you will see the video with a cameo from David). Followed by breakfast which includes a copper bowl filled to the brim with pastries - some filled with chocolate, croissants as light as gold leaf, petite breads. All warm out of the oven ...
... stores like Cartier, Tiffany's, Bulgari and many others. There were closed, and all their windows empty. We finally made it back to the 1e arrondissement and past the Square de la Tour St. Jacques which would become a visual landmark for the proximity of home for the trip... We got home much later than the day before, made some homemade sandwiches on fresh French bread and put up our tired feet. What could possibly be left to see in Paris you ask? We have six more days to find out. ...
... the complex subway system before finally making it there. A quick wander through Paris' red light district, (which wasn't a nice place at all) and perhaps luckily we missed our tour, so found a nice restaurant in Montmartre and ate our very-French last dinner. I had the escargot and prawns, while Chris had the duck liver. Back on the metro, we raced over to the Eiffel Tower at sunset and caught the last hour of disk, starting at the back of the long park and finishing ...
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