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Weather - today Jane awoke to sunshine, quickly followed by rain, then cloudy but fine for the rest of the day. High humidity but temperature was mid 20's. We saw people wearing a range of clothing today from sleeveless tops to those wearing coats. Jane wore short sleeves and had her jacket on and off regularly according to wind or sun! Brad was, …
... battle. The mini arc is at the Lourve & I actually thought it was the arc when I first saw it on our first day in Paris. It is the original as the only time Napoleon went under the real arc was when he died and his body passed under it to his funeral. The French are fascinated with Napoleon, apparently there is the most books written about him than anyone else in history. Including more than there is about Jesus. He is portrayed as a short man with little man syndrome ...
... the third floor, with a lift. Windows open up to show the little Montmartre street below where the cafes and bars are. The kitchen is tiny, but pretty. There's a bath, yay! And Freebox which will give me free landline phone access so I can call Karen every day and can call home to let them know what's happening - and Al Jazeera news for when I feel a need to hear anyone speaking English! Now to get reacquainted with Paris and hopefully enjoy it a lot more than I did last time.
... in addition to the benevolent overlord feeling the need to point out EVERY time he sees someone smoking. Let's just say this takes up A LOT of time in paris. :-) We took a nap, played in the room, went out for dinner and took some selfies. Oh, and we ate some macaroons along the way. (Although max keeps asking for chipotle and andale for ...
... are much more colorful and entertaining.
We went to London and Paris for the first week of break. I won't tell you what we did for the second week of break because you wouldn't believe me but suffice it to say it was a lot of staying up until 4 in the morning to watch the Red Sox win the World Series and then a lot of staying in bed vegging the next day.
We traveled via Eurostar through the Chunnel from Paris to London. This sounds way more ...