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... in action is normal here since they have four masses per day and more during Lent.
We met up with the rest of our group (they are from Memphis, Tennessee) and headed over to the Catacombes, another unique Parisian attraction. There are over 6 million bones which are neatly stacked and organized under the streets of Paris. These bones were originally placed there for two reasons; firstly, the Parisian cemeteries were beginning to run out of room ...
... and move directly to the elevators. Lunch by the Seine and watched the world go by. Met a couple from New Zealand who were also holidaying in Paris. He kept stirring me about the rugby. I simply referred to New Zealand as Australia's third territory. Many laughs shared during the meal. Slowly made our way by foot to the Arc de Triumph, taking time to enjoy the Parisian architecture and culture. The beautiful spring day had brought the people ...
Well we made it. After an exciting drive through the countryside of south-western France we battled traffic in Bordeaux and just barely caught our bus to the train station. We grabbed a quick sandwich for lunch at the station then hopped onto the high speed train for Paris, a very smooth ride, but hard to catch much of the countryside, looked green and yellowish. After a couple changes on the subway we found our cute little nook of an ...
... The person John Paul is serving seems to be buying tickets for everyone in Paris.
Finally it is my turn. I explain the situation and all good John Paul prints our tickets for me. We are good to go. Well as good as we can be as we don't want to return to the Eiffel Tower and we are not sure how to get back to our apartment. We need to go home now as we are all a tad tired. We decide to go to Javel ( this is near where we are staying) as Rod wanted to show me ...
... view of Paris! We went up on the roof after lunch to see Paris and take a few photos. We then said our goodbyes and lingered a while in the store.
We walked to the nearest metro and returned to our hotel for a nap. Eating chocolate and chocolates all morning can be exhausting!
In 2002, Steve, Scarlett, Abigail and I came to Paris for four days. On our last afternoon, we girls visited Samartaine, a department store near our hotel. I bought each of us ...