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... passed flower stalls and garden nurseries as well as pet stores selling all different dog and cat breeds. We also saw the Pont des Arts, the bridge where lovers place padlocks with their names engraved on the railing and throw the keys into the Seine. The entrance to the Louvre is amazing, especially Pei's glass triangle structure. We had downloaded the Louvre's audio guide on our iPhones which includes a suggested itinerary, so we ...
... tolled to mark the hours of the day and for
various occasions and services. This bell is always rung first, at least
5 seconds before the rest. Until recently, there were four additional
19th-century bells on wheels in the ...
... looked old enough to be it’s grandpa! He did say it was an accident!! He’s had quite an interesting life. His wife is German and speaks quite a few different languages. He has semi retired now but used to be a street performer, artist and travelled a lot. He explained that his occupation in recent times has been managing election campaigns for mayors in America, organizing people to write speeches, getting money etc. It gets quite competititve to the ...
... most interesting streets of historic Montmarte filled with narrow cobblestone streets and sometimes beautiful private gardens. We realized why this was truly considered a village once, set outside the city limits. At that time it was covered with vineyards and gypsum quarries and was a real working class neighborhood to which the artists came for cheap rent and tax free wine. Now the former studios and crumbling apartments ...
... 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