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... you go you need to navigate though
four different traffic zones.
Pedestrians walk on the sidewalk, which is different than the bike
lanes, which are different than the tram lanes, which are different than where
cars drive. Four zones wherever you go.
But it works once you know how to navigate.
I’ve never been anywhere where the people just go with the flow and get
along with each other so well. For them,
... with treasured moments from intense flavors to brilliant sights to warm feelings that I am reluctant to see the day end it has been so good-almost like a perfect Christmas filled with wonderful gifts and pleasant surprises. On such nights, sleep does not come. So I sit out on the balcony and watch the sweep of the Eiffel Tower light and look up at the stars. It is surprising to see stars here where there are so many lights in this city of ...
After a pretty late night (didn't go to bed till after 1:30am) we got up and went down for breakfast around 10am. The hotel has a nice continental breakfast with smoked salmon, all types of meats and cheeses, several types of bread, and fresh fruit. There's a small menu of hot dishes you can order for 8€. Ian couldn't pass up the eggs Benedict with salmon and I had the crepes.
As the weather was forecasted for no rain, cool temps in the low 60s and loads of sunshine, ...
... all this nakedness. Literally people having conversations, drying their hair, bending over... Etc.. All with not a single piece of clothing. I hope you do and don't get the picture! Anyway I must admit though the gym was very nice. Everything was very clean and the lockers were very fancy! Yoga was so much fun! Although I had no idea what she was saying throughout the class, I was picking up a few words but I mostly just copied everyone else. I had this ...
... had any idea of where we now were. To top it all off the bus made a stop and it did not appear that it was going to be moving off any time soon. I finally asked the driver if indeed the bus would go into Zwannenburg and was relieved when he said that it did. Thankfully we did make it back to Tante Trudy’s after our big day out. Mum was quite worn out and may not have experienced a lot of what Paris had to offer, but she had enjoyed the day very ...