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I have to admit the idea for this mid-life adventure started six months ago when I read an article in the Travel section of the New York Times by Stephanie Rosenbloom entitled "Solo in Paris." She began the article . . ..
" Some go to La Coupole, the 87-year-old Art Deco brasserie in Montparnasse, to commune with friends; others, to dine with ...
... Dame. We are going to do this on my tour so I skipped the church, walked back behind the church to a beautiful garden. I wanted to find the Mémorial des Martyrs de la Déportation, which is a memorial to all those who died in WWII in concentration camps. But it was under construction and I was not allowed to enter. I saw the Love Lock bridge. And walked along the Seine. There were lots and lots of people. It was a Friday so there ...
We have a really big day ahead as we have an all day tour to Paris. The alarm goes off at 4.30am and the cab is booked for 5.15am to travel to the St Pancras International train station for a 6.00am check in.
We confirm our booking and get our tickets and hop aboard the Eurostar high speed train and take off precisely at the designated departure time of 7.01am. Now this is one terrific train. It is electric powered and the ride is so smooth. It travels at an optimum speed of ...
... supply of potable and non-potable water. (interesting side note - “potable water” - drinkable water , comes from the French “ de l’eau pour table” - water for the (dining) table). This street cleaning is done with non-potable water that comes directly from a river. Since they have this surplus of non-drinkable water dedicated for cleaning, they also send out tankers with a manually operated hose power-washing the sidewalks. All ...
... rain on my destroyed feet. First, a handsome Colombian asks for directions to the metro. I did my best to point him to the last station I passed, and start to walk away. But, now he wants to talk to me. I've been here before; they are nice and friendly and the. You can't get rid of them and they seem to expect something since they were "nice" to you. I just walk away. I'm really only good at getting rid of people in the beginning, when it's less awkward, after that, ...