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... back), and took a second to enjoy the view. I made my way into the church and took in the mystical feeling of the place (you had to be silent as mass was in progress, so the echoing of the female singer was enchanting, to say the least). Finally we made our way back down the hill and back to the hostel for an early evening nap, the Eiffel Tower was next on our list for the evening. So after a nice nap we grabbed a quick pizza, a bottle of wine and headed ...
We decided today we wanted to see the louvre and go on a free walking your of the city. The louvre was about 2 miles from where we were staying so we were going to walk naturally. The only problem with being in a foreign country with no data is that when you are traveling from place to place Siri is not there to help at all. Luckily I figured out that my phone will show me my current location on the map but not give me directions. Also, somehow ...
... I leave or pray the Albergue tomorrow has a decent shower! Great shower for people who hang in there and waste water!
Tomorrow at lunchtime I take a long 2 train journey for 8 hours to St John Pied de Port where I spend one day before commencing the Camino.
And just to to finish off the day...........put clothes in machine to wash....um..... Clearly the spinner isn't working. Let's see how they dry before the morning. Will be really cold without my jacket!
... t believe that the prices kept going up!! Was nearly 6.30 by the time we got home so not long to have a cup of tea and get ready to go out. I didn't want to cook on my last night in Paris and we hadn't booked anything although I really didn't want any fancy pancy food so we caught the bus down to Juveniles. Always good, always relaxed and always fun! Lovely glass of 2011 premier cru Chablis to go with the crostini Ron then a bottle of Côte Rotie 2004 which I ...
... to meet up again in Paris.
More Rainy Days
During a week of cold rainy days we visited the Museum of Natural History adjacent to the Jardin des Plantes. This is another landmark which we often pass on our way through the gardens. There are several sections of this great museum but some are closed. We went to the Paleontology and Comparative Anatomy Museum. Fascinating! Just seeing the organization and the hand-printed labels on ...
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