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... lunch at the Publixdrug store opposite and sat on a bench seat looking at the Arc and watching the craziness of the cars on the roundabout.
After lunch we walked Champs Élysées. We did a little bit of shopping. We walked all the way to Place de la Concorde. We refueled with the best ever chocolate crepes and then walked back along the River Seine.
The girls negotiated with the street vendors for ...
... we could get a chance to see arguably one of the most famous paintings of all time, the Mona Lisa.
It was so crazy that I got a chance to see this masterpiece, but I'll be honest, I didn't see much difference between this one and any other I've seen. Probably because there was giant glass protecting this painting, so we couldn't move as close as I would have liked to. Some other famous works in the Louvre included the Liberty Leading the People, a French Revolution ...
... R & R before dinner with T and B.
Here again, DM dutifully followed the guide book to make sure we saw all of the significant works of art a museum had on display.
A close friend of our daughter LC and her husband live in Paris. T & B make a wonderful couple and the cosmopolitan Paris lifestyle seems to suit them both well. We asked T to select a restaurant and she chose ...
... showed up on Thursday to give Matt and me a much needed night out. Matt and I nearly ran out the door, heading to Place des Vosges, a perfect place for us to begin our walk through the Marais, a beautiful district filled with quiet parks, elegant buildings, and boutiques. After walking as far as we could walk, we sat down for a fabulous French dinner in a small bistro, where we actually had uninterrupted conversations for the first time in weeks! ...
... colour on my skin (I’m still so white that you need sunglasses to look at my legs haha), while the others walked in the shade. After a long-ass 4km walk (way further than what we expected; the maps lie!), we finally got to Notre Dame. The line to get in was insanely long, and the idiots in it were so incapable of standing directly behind someone that the line was looping in on itself. Naturally, there were massive groups of Asians in the line, ...