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... less comfortable by far than the previous flight, especially since I had upgraded myself to an exit row seat. After a while, I noticed something peculiar. Mr. Meeker was mostly standing next to the exit door on the other side of the plane. It was as if he didn't have a seat on the plane and had been asked to stand to the side. I wondered what was going on because he stood there a long time. I walked over to ask him if all was well, and he simply pointed to ...
... demonstrating his skill with a soccer ball. Spectacular. He was working from a base of less than 1m sq. Really talented. I just hope that everyone who stopped, enthralled, to watch and take a picture, gave money.
Happy hour and dinner at the ...
... and got our supplies of dips, cheeses, bikkies, bread and nuts to go with my birthday champagne, yummo !!!
Another day of Paris adventures, with a trip to the Louvre - now this was an experience trying to follow the map and the audio, in the end we managed to see all we wanted to and more - Mona Lisa of course, the dying slaves, Nepolion lll chambers, Statue from the Sphinx, Joan of ARC, ...
... was slow for about a third of the trip, seemed to join another line, then sped up to 300 km/h for a while and powered down again... No tunnels meant my ears didn't play up with the pressure this time. You could pick the tourists because at least 4 in our group had their cameras trained on the speed indicator ready to snap when it hit 300!
We arrived to drizzle in Paris - not at all how we left it two weeks ago. Globus had a ...
... I haven’t missed owning a car at all. With my Pass Navigo rail pass which allows you unlimited travel within prescribed zones, I feel like superman. I can go from one part of the city to another in no time. Using the metro keeps you fit with the stairs and walking really makes you feel like you’re part of the pulse of Paris and a ‘veritable Parisien'. If only the Bay Area had a similar network (which will probably never happen). Now if only the RATP ...