Balladins Paris 19
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... not ******** you. The number doesn't call a taxi, it calls the call box your standing at... Thanks for democracy and stupidity.
After about an hour of talking to people and trying to find traffic to possibly wave down a free taxi, we finally find one. After this experience, I realize how lucky I have it that New York City is the closest city to me. This taxi man probably hated Forest Gump, Wagon Wheel, and Ice Cream because he is the furthest thing ...
... meats and fruit (this is for Darcy…who wanted more food in the blog), and set off for our destination of the day. Our plan was to tour the Right Bank, including the Saint-Chapelle, the Louvre, Champs-Elysees, the Arch de Triomphe…and, of course, the Eiffell Tower. My 'Pocket Tour’ on the smartphone lasted exactly 20 minutes, until I decided, with some gentle persuasion from Cathy, to just put it away and enjoy the sights. As soon as I turned ...
... from Paris, until the royal family was forced to return to the capital in October 1789 after the beginning of the French Revolution. The Gardens of Versailles are absolutely amazing, meticulous manicured lawns, flowers, sculptures and fountains which are located throughout the garden. There are some 200,000 trees, 220,000 flowers planted annually, 50 fountains, 620 water jets and a 5 km Grand Canal The Gardens cover some 800 hectares of ...
... exhibition of 1889. Today is it most breathtaking at night when every girder is highlighted in a sparkling display. The glittering light show was is so popular using of 20,000 lights. The tower does it’s electric shimmy for 5 minutes on the hour until 1am.
First stop though was a picnic lunch in the Louvre gardens before we went in. It was such a hot day and we were trying to get some shade - which was practically impossible so we were ...
... came a guard. Steve showed him his badge and the guard let him know he couldn't come in at that time and we assured him we just wanted a picture... from the outside.
With the picture done, we went on our way, enjoying the evening, but wishing for a Starbucks to grab a warm drink to go. We walked around looking for the metro and finally found it and headed back to the hotel. It had been a beautiful night.