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... it goes well into the night. On our first morning rising we enjoyed a cup of strong espresso to help get us going, something neither of us drink at home but I don’t think we could move without it. We got ourselves packed up and headed out for the day’s adventure, first stop the Louvre which was just a few blocks walking distance from our flat. The morning was bustling with scooters and cars and people ...
... heads are again not for me. So I learnt a few things about what I do and do not like. We wont be doing the Louvre this time, and I am not sure I will really miss it either. Maybe next time, but there are so many wonderful things to see and do it all comes down to time and personal interest to dictate what you can fit in.
With that at an end, we made the trek home again. Had an easy dinner – Sam had her crepe and I had toasted baguette with the Salmon ...
... half hours, my calves were starting to go "Man, we're on his side - let's go home!"
When i finally got back to the hotel, after another quick stop at Pomme De Pain, my calves were aching! If they (and my butt) don't get nicely tightened up after this trip, I will be greatly disappointed!
I took quite a few photos today which I am hoping to load up to Facebook shortly, and there will be more tomorrow with the trip to the Louvre and wherever else I wander.
... as obnoxious as the other group, Michael and I complain about someone who's dropping their guts, two girls behind us join in the conversation, two French Canadians from Montreal, Fanny and Camille. English is their second language, their second beautifully broken language, this stands to date equal with Vika's broken English as the sexiest accent I've ever heard.
I go in for a kiss and am blown away by her, genetically she is almost Latin looking, tall, athletic and the ...
... to accommodate all of our luggage. Needless to say that we weren't very popular among the other people waiting in line. Our new apartment was located on the right bank of the Seine river, close to the Louvre. And once again, this Paris apartment was located on the 5th floor and had no elevator - it's like Caroline planned it on purpose to make sure I got my workout in…! After lugging our suitcases up the stairs, unpacking, and buying a ...