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... card has no money on. They could have had my new Marley headphones or my iPad, so phew is the appropriate word here!
We we arrived into Paris quite late and took a while to get into our apartment, so dinner was the first place we saw... Which was very expensive! However, it's not raining so that's a bonus.
Hopefully tomorrow jarrod will be able to see his best mate (it's been 5 years!!).
... receptive male model (aka Pito) and camera in hand we made the most of our unique moment and lapped up everything the Tower and Paris had to offer taking many a picture and memory. We then slowly made our way up to the 2nd and 3rd floors, which again, were reasonably quiet. By the time we made it to the top the sun was setting and there was no excuse not to buy a glass of champagne and see this spectacle through some bubbles. Oh, how divine! With dark approaching we realised ...
... was doing a good impersonation of George Benson grooves. He got a euro and I got my tranquility back.
Marianne stopped to buy Macaroons - they really were nice and I took the opportunity to have a glasse ( ice cream). Mine was coffee and not special. Marianne had strawberry. Stopped in a small park to eat macaroons called Square Rene Viviani.
Then stopped for a camembert baguette, marianne had ham and cheese.
Paris was so much better than I ever expected, I have always been so down on France as a country and my tour through southern France, while good, was hardly the highlight of my trip so far. However, despite the hoards of tourists, outrageous prices and French attitude we both had the most incredible time eating fantastic food and being delighted by the at once familiar, and yet totally unfamiliar sights. It's amazing how photos and video can so often fail to capture the presence and depth ...
... stone that built the Notre Dame and other monuments. They created these massive tunnels throughout the city and I almost thought the city of Paris would collapse on top of me! It is a really far hike down and up and you could tell how far they dug for the stone. It is a neat attraction but get there early! Charlotte and Nielson invited me to join them for lunch and I headed to their place after the catacombs. I was really excited to try a good homemade meal but a little worried ...