BVJ Paris/Quartier Latin
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... I would never do. Take the Hop on Hop off bus tour of Paris. This is Marianne's first trip to Paris and that is something she wants to do. I guess I will have to find some awful colored shorts, an I love NY t shirt, some long Black socks with sandals, hang a giant camera from my neck and join the American tourist crowd. That is it for now. I will let you know if I survive. Definitely more cafe hopping tonight. Maybe I can call it the hop in and hop out cafe tour. More ...
... on only the first day of the Allied offensive in July.
The rail line also took us very near Compiègne which is where, in rail car under the cover of a forest, German officers signed the armistice that finally ended the fighting in 1918, setting the stage for the harsh Treaty of Versailles, which set in motion the developments leading to the Second world war only twenty years later.
So many important historic events happened in this relatively ...
... out of place but were at the next door Walt Disney Studios - still I don't understand the relationship between Aerosmith and Disney ...regardless we went on that ride twice as it was freaking awesome!!!
Riding to Endor in an X-wing (Disney owns Star Wars now!)
Another Disney parade to meet all the characters
Seeing the Disney castle from Cinderella or Snow White's (well technically her mother in law..the Queen's) lit up at night
What a day!!
... Chennai. She had no air around her but willingly carried it knowing that I had a Disk problem. Thanks Lee.
My first day in Paris was spent in hours of walking and seeing the city. It was beautiful. I visited Catacombes de paris, Place de la Republique, Bastille Column Angel Statue, Mayor's Residence n Office, Notre Dame Church, Walk along the River Sienne, cute lil cafe where we had Croissants ...
... We went to the traditional style market in Versailles to buy lunch for a picnic later. These markets were awesome and I felt super French, buying a punnet of raspberries (super expensive but how often do I get the chance to eat raspberries on the lawns of the Palace of Versaillie?) some bagel thingos, a banana and a delicious beef roll with everything that was from the cutest little French bakery, that sold heaps of really nice stuff and ...