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... I of course played a Regina Spector song on the piano. And took lots of selfies. I wanted to buy a book, but I'm a big fan of not spending money, so I took a free bookmark instead. My second stop was a cafe that the google told me to go to. It was really fun wandering the streets, taking my time trying to find this place. When I did, I decided it was way too overpriced for me, so I went a block over to a place called Richards cafe, and had a cappuccino. And made a fool ...
... if they’re getting an opportunity to practice with an English speaker, why not? Perhaps they have heard enough butchered French from tourists that they’d rather make things easier for everyone by speaking english - afterall even if his overall English is bad, his English skills specific to the needs of his job is probably better, since he’s dealing with English speakers at his restaurant daily.
On being closed off
This is an area ...
... sure the French doors are always kept closed and we watch her like a hawk at all times.
Now that we've moved in, the plan for the weekend is:
1. Explore our new neighborhood
2. Check out the park (Bois de Boulogne) thats just 3 blocks away and perhaps do a run there tomorrow
3. Unpack the majority of our stuff
4. Try out the metro and figure out my route for Monday
5. Prepare for work
Woke up early, ok, I admit it, I didn't feel that hot. I had way to much of a good time last night with my vino & I was feeling it. Had my fizzy water by my side & decided to do some reading. Around 11am I thought I would get a little shut eye & woke up at 2pm! I do this all the time when I'm in Europe, I have found that I take a day per time zone to recoup from the time change, so 6 days minimum on this trip!
My first morning ...
... for coffee was Starbucks which we decided would have to do (there was a McDonalds – but we decided against that as we have standards). We walked to the Palace, which isn't far. We got the audioguide and started with a movie and an exhibition which focused on the development of the gardens. We then started on the Palace itself proper. The audioguide was great. There isn't much else to say about the place. It is simply ...