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Travel Blogs from Paris
... planes that you could fly and they would come back to you and some putty that you put on a straw and you blow into the straw and it makes the putty into a balloon. Then we got on the Eurostar and we went to Paris. It was really funny because I wanted to go to sleep and there were some lady's that laughed so loudly that I couldn't go to sleep. We went in a tunnel under the English Channel . It only took twenty ...
... 8230;except for the traffic. It can be serious bedlam on the streets. People moving where they want to…scooters weaving in and out of cars…and don't even start on the round-a-bout at the Arc de Triomphe. There are no lanes so people just make them up…5 lanes…6 over here…whoops I need to go out that exit so I’ll just cut across 4 made up lanes of traffic and be on my way. But somehow it just seems to happen.
... the chance to catch up with my friend who does alot of dj'ing here in Paris. He had some pretty interesting mixes for me to listen to; so now I definitely know the type of French Eurodance/dancehall that's popular here now. I'm already getting some ideas for my next song:).
I think my next song will be a theme for...for...Lady Macbeth anyone?
Love and peace,
... Only about 6 of us left, four of us are going to the airport together. We have repacked our bags and hope they are not overweight, won't know till we get to the airport. We are going to have another look around near our hotel area, sit in a french cafe and watch the world go by for a wee while and then off to the airport at the end of the day. 30 1/2 hours of travelling will see us back in Christchurch on the 9th. So signing off from Paris, the city of love.
... the 5th floor, we are on the 6th, maybe we will see him in the lift?
Versailles was spectacular, and well worth the visit.
I hadn't been inside before, and the opulence was amazing. It just seemed like one incredible room after another.
We could visualise that when the revolution was beginning, the crowds were pounding on the gates, and Queen Marie-Anne Toinette ...