La Villa Paris
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... and spices. What surprised me was that it was after 9 and many of the stalls were still being set up, or they hadn't even started the process. That's pretty late, from my experience.
Also on the way to Republic Plaza, I came across a bakery that was filled with French people. So, I stopped in and got the smallest baguette they had, which was still pretty ...
... the Notre-Dame….
The end of the day was an unexpected adventure…a massive traffic jam around our bus…led to our early exit on foot across 8 lanes of traffic…eventually arrived back in Pigelle…could possibly have been the long way…but it was definitely interesting!!!
Looking forward to more good times tomorrow ;-)
August 23, 2014 1:45 pm. So a thunderstorm just rolled in and we are hoping it rolls right back out before our 6:00 flight!! At 3:00 weather clears, we dropped Opie off and are soon headed to airport!! Try to check in to find instead of David, UAL has it as Davis Wille which is what my grandmother used to call Dave!! Looks like I might be going to Paris solo!! Ticked agent informed us that we had to get in touch with our travel agent immediately because she was the only one who ...
... architecture in the world. All of us were tired so we jumped into a small electric rickshaw type vehicle and enjoyed a 40 minute tour on our way to meet cousins Estelle and Raphael at 6:00 p.m. After meeting them, Estelle guided us up the river Seine where we saw the houseboats and commercial boats on the water. Next a stop at the park beneath the Eiffel Tower where we rested on the grass and took some great photos. From there we walked through the Trocadero and took the Metro ...
... is that it rains and drizzles most of the day and then the sun comes out at about 8.30pm. It's looking better for later in the week at least.
Monday was Bastille Day which fortunately we found out some history about the day before. Oli and Jesse started school with Kate and Sal and I wandered down to the Seine with about 200,000 other people. There was marching and singing and a bunch of planes flying over and a bunch of important-looking people looking on. It ...