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... Woody, Buzz and many more. After the parade we walked quickly to one of the busiest and the best rides which was one were you got to drive your own 1950's car around a track. We then went shopping and then went to the bus as it was now 7.00pm! We got back on the bus for the trip back to Paris had dinner at the same nice cafe that we went to In the morning for some dinner and then back to the hotel for a long sleep after a great ...
I woke up at a decent time today, well my opinion of decent at least. Even though I have a door that separates me from everyone, I can still hear them getting ready and talking. It sucks because sometimes someone uses the bathroom in my little area and there's only a curtain instead of a door for me so then I can really hear everything. I'm also pretty sure that everyone talks loudly here and doesn't believe I whispering.
There was some old ...
... was happening outside. The name - Paris New York hamburgers! Then of course the day would not have been complete without having the special eclairs that Nicaela had purchased earlier in the day on her walking expedition! These we had with tea/coffee back at the hotel. They were: vanilla, salted caramel, chocolate and passion fruit. Suffice it to say that we couldn't even eat them all - true :) Great day - fabulous city - lovely weather - very tired! Goodnight ...
We started our first day strolling along Rue Cler which is in the 7th arrondissement. Rue Cler is the most famous market street in Paris. Lots of cafés and open markets. The kids stopped and got strawberries and blueberries. We stopped at a local coffee shop and got hot chocolates and cappuccinos. They were the real thing made by a craftsman barista. I asked him if he would like to come home with us... Don't tell Starbucks. ...
... the evening was fairly elegiac (involving the reading of several Rimbaud poems), Florence and I agreed that it was as powerful as it was beautifully performed.
Meanwhile, I had classes during the day. The class about Islam is only just now becoming interesting, after two weeks of Islam’s-principles-and-history crash course. This coming Tuesday we’ll be visiting the Mosque in Paris, which promises to be really spectacular. Art History is ...