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... at Musee D 'Orsay are incredible. So many works by the masters all in one place. We all rejoined outside and headed off in search of lunch. We found a Boulangerie that all the locals were queuing outside and got 3 of the mostassive baguettes I've ever seen. Mine was poulet and avocado. I suggested that we find a quiet park to eat them with a beer so we picked up 3 cans at the local version of 7Eleven and made our way to the park at the top ...
... gave me a ‘student price’ (still 50 euro) and said
it was a pleasure to draw me. I think it’s a fantastic drawing, not sure if it
looks like me though!
I met another Aussie girl working at a quirky shop called Vingt
Heures Vin. She’d moved here to work, live and review gigs on her blog called ‘throwingmyarmsaroundparis.’ ;
I tried to get to the cemetery before it shut, but I ...
... this afternoon for dessert while watching BBC World.
Left the hotel around 9.30. The weather forecast was for rain, but luckily it stayed mostly dry and quite warm. I walked down Rue Taine towards the Seine, through Parc de Bercy and crossed the river via the Pont de Bercy, then turned right and headed towards the centre of Paris.
About 30 minutes later I reached Pont de Sully and crossed over to l'Ile St Louis, then to l'Ile de Cite. Notre ...
... as there are no mags in English.
The duty free shopping is disappointing - not a great deal, and about 3 cafes to choose from. This may sound alot having three choices but I am ...
... Plantes all via the Latin quarter with its wonderful architecture and amazing little restaurants, boulangieries, chocolatiers, and fromagers. And just on the Parisiens we have met... They have been without exception very friendly and helpful, either strangers on the street or people in cafes or hotels. They may be smiling at our appalling attempts at French but either way everyone has been hospitable, open and ...