B&B Orly Rungis
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... would be a great spot as it had an Australian flag hanging from the roof. No one actually spoke English, but we got to sit and watch the parade. We continued on with the Parade, ending up in Bastille. We had an early dinner at bistro that we have no idea what it was called! We searched our Lonely Planet-Paris guide to see what we could do in Bastille. We found a shop called "My Crazy Pop" which sold various flavours of popcorn. They had crazy flavours ...
Slept well in my charming little apartment. Croissants and coffee for breakfast, finished my unpacking, and then headed out on foot into Montmartre. This is the real Paris! Every block has a bakery, a wine shop, and at least one café. "Cosmopolitan" hardly begins to describe it - people of every colour, europeans, africans, asians, arabs, every ethnicity you can think of. Unlike London though, the only language ...
... many other interesting stores. Also, the street we are staying on -Rue Tiquetonne- is full of eateries but none of them are open today, we presume because it is Sunday. So, only the cafes, etc on the more Main Street are open. My next challenge was to work out how to operate the very strange washing machine. It is a washer/drier and I had never seen anything like it before. It has a metal basket inside and you have to commit your clothing to this locked container ...
... on our street. We met a couple from England (Chris and Caroline) and shared local and international travel experiences. They are soon off to Vietnam, so we were able to provide a wealth of information. Tonight, we have decided to stay in on our last night (partly due to the key transfer that I don't want to make at 6:30 tomorrow morning) and enjoy an evening of appetizers and of course, wine. Thanks for 'following'us! See you all soon. Ardeth and ...
... to crawl down the not far from vertical ramp alongside the stairs as a part of an exercise class. At the top of the steps we took a moment to take in the heightened view of Paris before turning to admire the beautiful cathedral. We were happy to see that entrance was free so we strolled inside and wandered through the church in silence. Seeing the beauty rendered in the name of Christianity in other countries really makes me feel for the dull views that Christians in Australia ...
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