So, Maurice and I continued walking now on the Right Bank. By now I had reached 10,000 steps on my Fitbit and was ready to head home.

We walked past the pyramid at the Louvre.

Looked in the window at this courtyard in the Louvre.

The sun was starting to set as it does early here this time of year. I’m looking forward to December 21st and the time when the days start getting longer.

We decided to stop here for tea. It’s right across the street from the Tuleries Garden on rue de Rivoli.

I had a Earl Grey Tea-I love it’s flavour, and this pastry, a Religeuse. To tell the truth, I found this place crowded with small tables smushed together, over-priced and the pastries were just ordinary. Still it was nice to sit down and rest before we headed home.

5 thoughts to “Exploring”

    1. I’m still getting used to it. I think it may be making me walk more than usual but I’m not sure. I’ll let you know. Right now it’s kind of fascinating, especially the tracking of my sleep. Apparently I’m not getting very good sleep-very restless.

  1. Well, you normally walk quite a lot. I’m wondering the milage between Nation and the Louvre: does that equate to 10,000 steps? I think the sleep tracking is quite interesting. Almost everyone I know who has one likes that part the best.

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