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... have to seen to be believed. Amongst all this are the lunatic cyclists, who incidentally don't wear helmets, and a smattering of Paris-style rickshaws carrying passengers! There's no accounting for the stupid things tourists do on holidays. We were mesmerised by the patience and co-operation of the motorists. You see a driver making eye contact with the driver of a double- decker bus which is about to mow him down, and then ...
Our first truly quiet day, with study, salad lunch in the department store (a small plate of salad of choice, a bread roll and cheese, glass of wine, and a shared millefeuille) with a wonderful view of the Hotel de Ville and the Seine behind it. Beats the canteen in DJs. Meg bought a smart black bag with shoulder strap for school and then we came back home for ironing and drying the washing round the room. A little more French preparation and it will be time for sundowners. We went out ...
We arrived in Paris, the city of romance, at 6AM after a very long flight from Auckland via Hong Kong. I’m glad we decided to stay for 4 weeks because I wouldn’t want to repeat that flight in a hurry. Taking the train into the city, we got a glimpse of the poorer parts of Paris including rundown high rises and even a cardboard slum. But we forgot all that in a heartbeat when ...
... known as the Grande Maison. The Grande Maison included two large studios, the atelier d'hiver, or winter workshop, situated on the top floor of the house, and at ground level, a glass-roofed annexe, the atelier ...
... the poor taxi driver probably got the lowest fare ever. €6 but we had arrived. It was about 8:30pm, we checked in and went to our room. Very nice, a fridge and air conditioning. Thanks Wendy and Dave. Julie wondered where her brother and sister and law were when there was a knock on the door and there stood Michael and Carol. They have a room across the hallway. We started to compare experiences as we had not seen them since Ireland. We were ...