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... of carrot salad and red cabbage slaw...whaaatt??!! How did that happen? Anyway, we had to take the metro back home again (we are getting pretty dang good at working the metro system!) to get the food in the fridge, and have pizza and champagne for lunch, mais oui!
Wandering the streets of Paris ...
... quicker than you can say baby bottle. There are no aisles between tables. There are actually no aisles to even get to the bench behind the tables. You have to climb from one side of the table to the other and you remain seated unit you are done. The food was excellent. A classic cheese and meat fondue, simple as that. They don't sell these bottles for souvenirs, but just ask Kyla to see hers..
To conclude the night we ended up at Moulin ...
... at a lovely little patisserie across the street from our apartment.
We arrive at 8:30am (30 minutes prior to opening), and are welcomed by a line of at least 1,500 people waiting for the obligatory search process prior to entry (the Louvre gets over 8.5 million visitors each year, and at least half of those must be in the three summer months), so we settle in for a little wait. Once inside, the beauty of this former palace, and its stunning collection always takes ...
... wide comfy seats with no compartments to worry about. And without any changes this would be a great journey. A short while into the trip a lady came around with a cart of coffee and snacks. I wanted a coffee naturally so when she handed me a coffee and a breakfast food box without asking for payment I was confused then delighted. We only paid about 7 euro for the 1st class upgrade and we got a free coffee and delicious breakfast to go with it. So that basically ...
... beautiful city. The afternoon was spent walking along Champs Elyse to L’arc de Triomphe (under construction of course) and spent a good amount of time trying to figure out how to actually get to the center of the traffic circle where it stood.
Finally, after following the skyscraper landmark all day, we arrived at the Eiffel Tower – TA DA! The night was pretty generic from that point on: we took typical pictures, ...