Premiere Classe Plaisir
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Today is the last day of July, and our last sight-seeing day in Paris. Tomorrow we board a train (bright and early) and head to Craig's final country (I have two more afterwards) of our trip - England! We treated ourselves to another slow morning today, as we have to be up and out of the apartment by 6:15 AM tomorrow morning to catch our train. We didn't have much of a plan for today, which was kind of nice. We had already checked off all of our "must-sees," ...
... over to a famous bookstore called Shakespeare & Co. The books! All the books! New and old. The place itself was small with small passageways containing more books! Kassie being Kassie needed a nap by this stage. So we walked back home, detouring the local department store. The store called Monoprix has 3 levels: clothes, pharmaceuticals/makeup, and food & alcohol. We bought things to make homemade lunches for the next few days. On the wall home, ...
... de Nord and caught a expensive taxi to the apartment we are staying in, very comfortable and close to all the restaurants and main attractions, last night we found a local restaurant and the food was superb. Everything's here is fresh and tasty, the French obviously love there food and wine. Paris is very expensive though and they see the tourists coming a mile away, speaking French even though I don't understand a word I'm saying but ...
... food. Issy is Meg's budding chef, we made Rabbit casserole and crepes with red berry sauce for dinner. Simon and Liv returned home and we went to the Rendezvous for a drink while dinner was cooking in the oven. Of course this was accompanied by a Chateauneuf du Pape grenache and some of Laurie's Christmas prune Eau de Vie. A lovely night was had by all, a little tired from yesterday, so a reasonably early ...
... be too ****** off. We sneaked behind the church to another hidden treasure of Paris, Isle de St. Louis, which is the next island in the river. Very quaint, with narrow little streets and shops and cafes everywhere.
By this time, the rain was starting to get serious. We headed to the jump-on, jump-off boat. For a reasonable sum, you can ride the boat on the Seine River. ...