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... even if the pronunciation is wrong or the phasis placed on the wrong syllable. And ordering at our favourite Starbucks "un cappocino grande poir Michele s'il vous plait." Rouses a smile from the staff. And the weather...its beautiful here despite days of drizzle and skies of grey and not a ray of sunshine. Its beautiful for a short stay because it is so different to blue sunny skies. And how we get up in the morning by rating it a one two or three layer day. Never one!!! And ...
... 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 ...
... with the best views in the world: http://www.lifebuzz.com/35-restaurants/ #!VYlqQ. As it turns out, we are visiting many of these locations/cities, so we have now made it a goal to have dinner in as many of them as possible…! The guided Eiffel tower tour went as you expect. We were in a small group of 20 or so visitors led by a young history student from Ireland (of all places). We learned a lot of interesting tidbits about the Eiffel ...
When we got up this morning, Kathryne took her shower while I went for breakfast. Chocolate croissants this morning. Yum!
We checked the weather and since it looked like rain in Giverny all afternoon, we decided not to go there. Giverny is where Claude Monet lived--his home and gardens have been restored and are open to the public. I'll have to go to Giverny the next time I'm in Paris. ;-)
Instead, we went to the Marmottan ...
... answers to a couple of questions that I have had for a while; why are the apartment buildings all the same height, how big are the apartments and what damage was done during the WW2?
A guy called Haussmann cleared out all the old medieval buildings in about 1850, he planned, set up and created the modern Paris we now see. Our guide is considered lucky as he lives by himself in a one bedder about 21 ...