We might’ve almost killed Larry and Rebekah trying to make sure they saw everything on their list and ours combined. They flew home yesterday, along with Tom and Joan. David and I are trying to get used to the quiet (That’s a lie). Here are some highlights:
A Visit to The Louvre
A Visit to the Loo (that’s Larry running)
The Eiffel Tower
A Walk Along the Seine and a Bateau Mouche
The Galleries Lafayette
Notre Dame (and Shakespeare and Company nearby)
The Champs-Elysées and L’Arc de Triomphe
Other Stuff. We did not get pictures of all we did. They went to The Rodin Museum with Tom. We all went to see a one-man show called How to Become a Parisian in One Hour (In English with a heavy French accent. Funny show with probably a majority of the audience being French–poking fun at all stereotypes. No nationality was safe!). We made it to Sacre Coeur. We did a little shopping but not much. The last day, Rebekah was sick and stayed in all day so Larry went to eat with Joan and Tom at a gluten free restaurant that Joan had discovered last trip.
Drinking and Dining! It was hard to keep all of our appetites synchronized. It did seem like we were eating a lot but sometimes only one of us (Larry) would be eating so the rest of us would have a libation–or two if it was Happy Hour!