A Room in Paris
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A last minute find via Airbnb, very tiny room in a courtyard apartment on the busy city street Ave de Flandre next to Metro exit Riquet
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So Paris is a VERY busy place!! Always bustling with people & vehicles. I do not speak French, so the challenge was constant everywhere I went. I found some comfort on the open-top bus tour with English audio of the History of Paris (of which we learn very little in the U.S.of A) ... I'm astounded by the prolonged violent & torturous nature of the …
... with John and Carole to do our own thing in the morning and meet at about 1 pm. Also, I forgot to mention the weather - of eternal interest to a tourist. They predicted rain for yesterday afternoon, so we took umbrellas, and It actually held off till after we had eaten last night. There were a few raindrops in the short distance between the restaurant (very nice Japanese food) and the theatre, but when we emerged at 10.45 it ...
... something to make a random 'other' person happy.
Onto the big metal bird and three big hops across the ocean - to Singapore, Dubai and finally Paris. This trip provided me with no new evidence to challenge my belief that "sleeping on planes sucks". Although I did drift off somewhere between Dubai and Paris. It think it was partially due to feeling so content and full - yes! Top marks to Emirates ...
... of Paris at various places. It is very beautiful. We saw many of the highlights of Paris, including going up the Champs-Élysées to the Arc de triomphe. Loads of photos way too many to post here, but managed to get the shot of the day at the Arc de triomphe with the pigeon flying out from the photo (see it below). Then onto the Eiffel Tower (we will be going back to go up it tomorrow). next stop ...
... got to explore for 3 hours and checked out 2 sections. This museum is MASSIVE. I would probably need several visits to see everything. We may go back to some of the sites if they are not too costly.
After touring the Louvre, we grabbed a small dinner around St. Michel metro. There are a bunch of small bistros and food shops. We metro'd straight to the Eiffel tower from there to try and catch the lights being turned ...