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    Paris

    Today we spent in Paris, France.  First we set out to find Jenny Becker a McCarty friend from way back.  She works at the US embassy here in Paris in a really nice neighborhood.  The stroll through the neighborhood was beautiful, lots of old architecture and roof gardens, and a whole lot of really tall trees.  Jenny graciously made us a great breakfast during which she proclaimed that everything tastes better in France, and I’m beginning to believe her!  She had toast, eggs, fruit, juice, and coffee, and it was all quite terrific.  Unfortunately, the bike tour that we were supposed to take fell through, which was the thing that Amy and I both had looked forward to the most.  We thought that we could make it to the tour area in 30 minutes and it took us a whole hour.  Needless to say, they were long gone.  We are still trying to get it rescheduled to Monday, which I really hope happens.  So instead, we wondered off the beaten path in search of some affordable, authentic Crepes.  We found a nice little street vendor next to a cafe that sold us some great crepes for about 3 Euro.  Amy and I got a Jambon de fromage (Ham and Cheese) and a Citron (lemon and sugar).  They were very tasty and filling.  We decided to relax and also enjoy a French coffee while we were there, so we ordered a Cappuccino.  It was much better than the one we had in Munich by far.  Later that evening Jenny took us to a really nice sit down dinner at Le Souffle, where I had Spinach Souffle, Salmon Souffle, and Raspberry Souffle and I got a chance to try some real Caviar.  None of us felt like being brave and ordering Escargot, although we did think about it.  We ordered a Coffee de creme on the recommendation from Jenny and it was fantastic.  Finally, we toured around Place de la Concorde and Place Vendome, before parting ways for the night.  Amy and I headed to our Hostle for the night, which we are disappointed in.  It has a private room and bath, but it doesn’t live up to the advertisement and it costs way too much for the quality of the room, but I guess this is Paris…

    Sunday in Paris quickly became museum day after we steped out of our Hotel and were greeted by cold and rain.  We found a church in Paris that had an English service at 6pm, so our plan was to hit Musee d’Oorsay and the Louve and then head to service.  We ended up not being able to figure out the directions to the church and were forced to have our own service, but it turned out great since Daniel gave a great lesson.

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