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... 55th minute due to an offside. Then Les Blues scored and the fans and flags went crazy. David Silva came on for Spain and immediately had and created chances for Spain. France held them off and won 1-0. Getting 50k or whatever took the train in was incredibly orderly which was impressive. Good job RER staff. It was about midnight by the time we got home and told Christine about the game. A good rest was in ...
... and bought some cheese - one of which we have since discovered is incredibly stinky! Then we moved to the fruit and vegetable stand and the owner grabbed one of his younger employees to serve us (they bag, you point). We bought some heirloom tomatoes, carrots, peaches, and apricots. Finally, we hit up the bread stand and bought two loaves, a multigrain and a baguette. All in all, we felt it had been a successful trip and Evan got free samples, so he ...
... Government has made many requests for the return of these treasures with no success. Roman wasn't built in a day !!!!!! Walking back to our apartment and we were confronted by squads of police and armed soldiers. For a moment we thought that we were considered terrorists. Soon we realised that the entire length of the Champs Élysées Avenue and the adjoining streets were closed bringing cars and pedestrians to a stand still. Soldiers took position every ...
... Tower), then continued on to Versailles.
Once we were there, we went to the tourist information office and bought Paris Museum passes for the next few days (the passes cover pretty much every attraction in Paris, except the Eiffel Tower; kids are free at all the museums so we only had to buy two). We then walked to the palace gates, a short walk away.
King Louis XIV (also known as "The Sun King") was well admired – ...
... know where they're going, I'll ask them where the station is", but instead she told me her baby is sick and she just needs a very leeetle bit for to paying things for it. So I did the old "oh sorry, I no speaking this French, wot you sai." So she tried English, and as I watched the French people walking past and shaking their heads at my apparently crippling na´vetÚ, I apologised beautifully for not being able to assist. And this well dressed woman, whose baby is probably ...