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... the bells started chimming which was rather loud. The weather then turned pretty lousy, so I had a quick walk around the Luxembourg Gardens and then headed for the Pantheon, which I thought would be warm and dry... it was dry but definitely not warm. These old buildings just don't have the heating I'm used to. I had a wander around and went to the crypt. It was here that Victor Hugos funeral was held in 1885.
I had an early start the next day to try and beat the crowds ...
... Past the Invalides and up the Champ de Mars. Winter is a spectacular time to wander Paris. Especially on a crisp clear day like it was today. We even sat out the front of a cafe along the way, ordered a couple of coffees and a club sandwich and pretended to be true Parisians enjoying the afternoon and complaining about tourists. The effect only slightly shattered by us taking lots of photos, and not speaking any French. At Tour Eiffel, we didn't go up - the ...
Paris- our last European city
We arrived in Paris on Thursday afternoon and checked into our apartment. Another nice place with two bedrooms, a kitchen and a washing machine. The apartment was around the corner from a busy market place with butchers, bakers, fruit sellers, flower sellers, cheese makers and a choclatier. We left the boys in the apartment and Max and I went foraging for food. As Liam was still a little under the weather we decided ...
... for me and told me that they prefer to help women (surprise, surprise!). Another asked if I needed help and found a bag for me to put the fruit in. Both were very kind, and the fruit and vegetables were all quite fresh. Needless to say, we will be returning there soon!
I realize the French, and specifically Parisians, have a bad reputation with Americans. They’re supposed to be rude, very judgmental, and not interested in ...
Our last full day in Paris. The plan today was to firstly slip down to the corner boulanger for brekkie (our hotel's breakfast is expensive & ****), then tootle off to FNAC to buy some tickets for a concert this evening and search for a French CD for Sue. Obviously, Galleries Lafayette was due for another hiding too!
Somewhere along the way I was hoping to track down this pair of "blue suede shoes" that have eluded me thus far ...