Le Saint Exupery
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But we found our petit dejeuner (breakfast) and then came back to do a little Internet in the lobby, and a little laundry in our room. (And Karen had said we were done with laundry the last time!). Then we found a bank machine, as our euro supply is dwindling. A few stamps, another carnet (bundle of ten) of Metro tickets, and we were ready! We took a new-to-us Metro route to arrive north at the base of Paris's only real hill, Montmartre. Remember Midnight in Paris? The winding ...
... are entering the court area. As they are doing renovations part of the building is covered, found the entrance, paid & went in & what an amazing place, wound our way up the stairs & on entering we were in awe of the stained glass windows around the whole building, just beautiful, quiet & restful. Amazing to think that 70% of the glass is original dating back from 1225. We then wound our way back down the stairs to look at the peasants part of ...
... that last one. I was very flattered but politely declined. Lafeyette galleria was madness. People everywhere. There were people walking around with suitcases, I'm assuming to put all their purchases in. If you love fashion and shopping I imagine it would be nirvana, not my cup of tea I'm afraid. I purchased a bag for my new clothes from a vendor across the road and then caught the bus home Tomorrow I'm off to Arras, I wonder if my bag feels like visiting me there ...
... the river. Queued for Notre Dame. Long line but moved quickly! Beautiful inside. Nearly 900 years old! Rain break, then walked around the end of the island near Pont Neuf. Lots of love locks on the bridges. Saw outside of Louvre then meandered back home. Looked in St Eustache with enormous pipe organ on the way. Picked up some macaroons on the ...
So it was sunny to start out this morning so we went shopping for Kara and found her a cute little bracelet at Blue Lemon on Rue Tiquetonne just down from Le Lezard. Stopped at Mariage Freres Tea shop as well but couldn't find a small container to take with us...May be I can find some in Zurich. Then we bought a pretty scarf at Bonobo on Rue Etienne Marcel .....took both presents home and it started ...