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... kids, and benches for the oldsters. As we exited the gardens, we met head-on with a procession of hundreds of young people, which turned out to be an event associated with Whit Monday. We sat by the side of the street for about 30-minutes, watching group after group carrying banners identifying various school and/or church affiliations. Several people even walked over and gave us some religious medallions!
When the procession finally passed, ...
... and laughter 2014 was upon us.
In true Contiki style, the guide didn't see the tube closing at 2am, so we all took the long walk out of the city and back to our hotel, along with the many hundreds of other NYE party revellers, to reach nights end.
I'm sure everyone arrives in Paris with a vision of what it should look like, feel like, and taste like. I was mentally ticking off the locations and activities that I saw happen in a movie ...
Day Two in Paris and Counting
Actually, I’m writing this at the dawn of Day Four. Too much to do, not enough hours to see Paris...AND blog about it. So, Day Two is an abbreviated blog that in no way conveys the whole of Paris, or of what we are experiencing this week in this beautiful and historical city.
Day Two was another museum day, this time at the astounding Orsay Museum. More than 5,000 paintings, sculptures and ...
... so we people watched while the boys tried to feed pigeons. We bought a print off a man selling them just outside the park, of the park, as we really loved our time in this area.
We met Wendy at Bastille, the huge monument where many celebrations are had. We enjoyed a cup of at a typical French café, on the street front. We walked through a very Parisian walkway, with light posts, cobbled street and stone buildings. There were small pots of flowers on apartment windows. ...
... street in Paris. So dinner one menu all in French four Aussie no idea what to eat. Lucky for us the waiter saw our perplexed faces and brought an English menu phew. Felix ordered mince wrapped in cabbage, luis steak, Manfred sausage and me a salad with smoked pork so yummy. Yeah we made it too bed before 21.30 Lis was most pleased as we have been not to bed before 23.00 as it is daylight till after 21.00 (9.00pm) here. Bon Huit! Sorry photo ...
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