Sunday, December 30, 2007

It Continues: Day 2

Day 2 in Pairs:
Apartment no longer feels to claustrophobic (As much). This small place is starting to grow on my, its ornate and cute. I actually fit in the shower, and the bathroom is big actually a decent size, not that I think about it, it's a little bit bigger than our bathroom back home.

Creps:
Best Crep in Paris : Nutella + Banana = BIG SMILEY FACE. This probably the best street food you could ever get after a really nice meal.

Shopping:
If you are ever stuck in Paris with no clothes (or very few) I have the place for you to go. Being that this is the fashion capital of the world, and most outfits (Shirt , Pants, Etc) cost more than most Americans are willing to spend (This is the land of 90 Euro T-Shirts).
However, if you have to buy a clothes then C&A is the place! Think of this as the Target of Pairs for clothes. L&G decided to go here to repurchase there Wardrobe (That Air France lost) and was able to get a really good deal on quite a few outfits. I have to say I was impressed with the place.
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Fast forward to last night:
We decided to eat at one of my Favorite Dinners in Pairs. Although I'm not completely sure what the name is (Ever diner is Paris is La barssaire) , I've always referred to it as " the one next to the Eiffel Tower." We decided to take L&G back to this wonderfully holly land of a restaurants, and we were not disappointed in the least. Comically, L&G and Enj & Myself all had similar dinners. We all had the Veal Escalope with Escargot, a Picket of Wine, creme brulee and coffee. It was absolutely amazing.
After dinner we decided to stroll over to the Eiffel Tower and take some pictures during the light shows. Lynn decided to haggle with one of the guys selling Eiffel Tower Memorabilia. Lynn was able to get the item for half of the asking pricing, and now is caring around a 3ft tall Eiffel tower replica (Well maybe not 3ft tall).

2 comments:

Shaun said...

First off: if I was walking around Paris with no clothes on, wouldn't I be arrested? Public nudity and all.

More seriously: I'm glad L&J were able to replace part of their wardrobe.

I hope you guys are having fun!

Esaba[CZ] said...

Probably not. They do not have those same type of laws over here. Case in Point - The Paris "Inquire " has pictures of topless women. These are posted up at every news stand throughout the City.