Saturday, 23 August 2014

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I'm nearing the end of my Paris album pages - only a few more weeks to go now!  Today I have some of the last pages from Paris itself.  The first is from Sainte Etienne Du Mont which was a gorgeous church next to the Pantheon that we went into on a whim.  So glad we did!

It is a church devoted to Saint Genevieve, the patron saint of Paris.  It has this huge, carved staircase that lead up to the place where the choir sang. I can't recall the correct name!

It really was a magnificent church, and apparently has featured in a few movies.

These next pages are a heap of random photos of food related things that we took during our time in Paris.  We were quite grossed out by the 'Hummer' which looked like a cross between a hamburger and steak sandwich, but it had 4 layers of meat and cheese in between 5 layers of bread.  Heart attack on a plate!  Rob found Orangina, which was like a fizzy orange juice.  We also tried some Macarons, which were huge, sweet and delicious.  One was more than enough though!

This page showed some of the restaurants we ate at.  Le Moncey was a regular breakfast venue for us, where we ate croissants, juice and hot chocolate each morning.  Real, fresh croissants are devine, and sadly I have yet to find any back home that are as good.  Ours are too bready. Probably a good thing, or I'd be the size of a house!

Bye for now,


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