We got in about 1 in the afternoon, and after seeing the line to get a taxi, an expensive option to say the least, we opted to walk to our hotel. A great decision, I might add. It was only a bit over a mile to our hotel in the Latin Quarter, and it gave us a chance to stretch our legs and get a feel for the area we are staying in.
We dodged several rain storms by visiting street side cafes. The last one at around 5pm was a cozy pub serving quiche Loraine and salads. As we people watched and munched on dinner we also kept up on the tour de France on a very large screen tv.
Tomorrow we are visiting Giverny to bike ride through Monet's gardens and see his house, have a picnic lunch and a tram ride to and from Vernon and Paris. This sounds great so keep your fingers crossed that the rain does not become a factor.
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