Residence De La Tour
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... be neat and clean! I then went into a grocery store that I have been eyeing down lately. It's like a Monoprix, but smaller. It had so much food and was cheaper than where I have been going. It's only like a 10 minute walk, so it's really not bad at all, except they charge for plastic bags. Apparently that's a new law since France wants to cut down on their plastic bag usage. Walmart should work on that, they're always triple bagging stuff.
I got home at like ...
... a long pause here, because the view deserves it................................... Ok, stunning. Surely the best view anywhere from a restaurant window. We were treated like royalty, which was no overstatement. In 1948, Elizabeth and Philip had dined at the same table, followed by Emperors, Presidents, and movie stars. I asked the waiter, who had worked here since 1979, who else had graced the table. Connery, Moore, Brosnan, and Craig to mention a few Bonds. The ...
... We picked up our last French bagette, some goat cheese, meat, and a bottle of wine, and went home to do a final load of laundry. We have a bit more tidying to do tonight before we close the shutters, but we're almost there. We have really enjoyed our time in Paris, and I'm a little sad to go. It has been really nice being in one place for this long (5 nights instead of our usual 3), and to have a space that is completely our own. I'm also starting to feel a ...
... Parisians began to realize that the Seine River in flood was not a harmless feature of the Parisian landscape that could be watched with the cheerful calm of philosophic detachment, but ...
... maps and paper map led the way. Only on a few occasions did we find ourselves retracing our steps. Emma is just showing me the extant of today's adventure I wish. I could share it with you. It certainly explains tired feet. From Saint Germaine we touched upon the Latin Quarter, where we paused for refreshments. I have never before been given a token by the waiter to access the WC perhaps it was because of its proximity to Notre Dame our next stop. ...