Auberge de Jeunesse D'Artagnan
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While looking up at the ceiling of Gare du Nord when I arrived in Paris Thursday I could have easily been in one of the old Tube stations in London, but as soon as I went to the toilet (what they say in the UK) I was reminded that no, I am in Paris as I had to pay 70 cents to get in the bathroom. Thankfully it was worth the price of admission as this had been the cleanest public toilet I have used since arriving abroad on August 1.
... soldiers. This little shop was down a beautiful very narrow little street. Chris was in his element and made a couple of purchases - a day late birthday present. Not many photos today however we went around the back and side of Notre Dame which was just as impressive as the front. We also went to Centre Pompidou which is the national museum ...
... and Galerie Lefayette. It was so crowded!! I am sure half of Europe was in the shops! Claire looked at the watches and then we went for coffee on the top floor but it was not enjoyable.....too many people,, So we walked along Blvd Hausmann to Parc Monceau and Museum Nissim Comando which is part of the Louvre Decorative..... the family is a branch that is from The Hare with the Golden Eyes. Very interesting ...
... of the hotel without any elevators and only a narrow spiraling staircase, which apparently is quite common. The hotel was in the 10th district of Paris, which in my opinion was pretty modern and nice.
We went to the metro station where I got to witness my first pickpocketing incident! The pickpocket initially began to move close to Thomas but backed off. He then went behind this other lady and attempted to pickpocket ...
... as we arrived. By
this time it was close to 6pm and the black cloud that had threatened
the otherwise warm sunny day finally decided enough was enough and
let rip. It wasn't too bad with our umbrella shelter while we waited
and waited at the taxi stand, finally giving up and walking home and
noting how many taxis suddenly became available when we didn't want
haven't mentioned the Paris traffic. Cars, bikes and buses zoom ...