We spent a few days in last week. We visit the famous city quite regularly. After all, it only takes three hours from to Pairs. It’s always a pleasure visiting places we really like or exploring areas we’ve never been.
The only unlucky thing this time was the weather. As soon as we got there the temperature reached almost 35 degrees ℃ (which lasted until we left). It was so hot that Matthew just couldn’t stand it - for him, it wasn’t the most enjoyable trip. I felt sorry for him because every time we go there he has to put up with my endless shopping spree

Because of the heat, we ended up just having lots of ice-cream and drinks most of the time, although we managed to pay a few visits to the new Herme shop on rue de Vaugirard at least. It’s not as busy as the shop on rue Bonaparte so you can choose whatever you like without worrying about a queue behind you! I really enjoyed his bread this time as well as the cakes. And I must say that his Croissant aux Amandes and Bostock were simply the best I’ve ever had.

Paris, huh?? I'm jealous now... Emotion: sad
Anonymous We spent a few days in Paris last week. We visit the famous city quite regularly. After all, it only takes three hours to go from London to Pairs. It’s always a pleasure visiting places we really like or exploring areas we’ve never been. You can say "to visit" and "to explore" instead of "visiting" and "exploring."

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Because of the heat, we ended up just spending most of our time having lots of ice cream and drinks most of the time, although we managed to pay a few visits to the new Hermes shop on Rue de Vaugirard at least. It’s not as busy as the shop on Rue Bonaparte, so you can choose whatever you like without worrying about a queue behind you!

I really enjoyed his bread this time You don't usually?, as well as the cakes, and I must say that his whose? Croissant aux Amandes and Bostock were simply the best I’ve ever had.

Good job - just fix those things.