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Travel Blogs from Paris
So. Paris happened. To me, it was a really big deal. Let me explain why. Ever since I started taking french in middle school, I have dreamt of visiting the Eiffel Tower. I don't think it is anything intrinsic in the thing itself, but merely that it has represented to me getting to travel and visit a different culture. It was while taking french classes (and probably partly because I was taking french) that I started to develop a really powerful sense of wanderlust, and realized ...
Started the day off by having a croissant and tea at a café in a really nice part of Paris. After this it was only a short walk to Sacre Coeur, where we viewed Paris from the top of the hill. We walked some more and took the metro to the Arc De Triomphe. It is huge!! Feeling a bit hungry we went to a crepe restaurant. Then we went back to the hotel, grabbed our things and headed to the ...
Paris –Once More
After three relaxing weeks in the small village of Etrechy, we have arrived in Paris. Our train was on time and we had about a 20 minute walk through the streets of Paris to our destination on Rue Broca. M. Roussel, a jolly Frenchman welcomed us, gave us keys and some basic housekeeping information.
71 Rue Broca is our Paris address for the next four weeks. Our apartment is on the ...
... works were the famous impressionists and were on the 5th floor so it was good we did our usual thing of starting at the top and working our way down.
It was time to find something to eat after this so we walked a few streets back to try and get away from the tourist prices, but found many places were shut for vacation or we were at the time (4pm) when they weren't serving food. Had a beer each instead (€27) and then sat outside and had an expresso each ...
... we had witnessed earlier in the week though, there was
no free stuff thrown so we were all a little disappointed. This however was
short lived as the riders began to fly up the Champs shortly after.
The riders did 10 laps of the Champs coming from Paris towards to Arc
De Triomphe, around the Arc and then back down the Champs towards Paris so we
got to see plenty of action and felt the force of the peleton as it flew past
us. I ...
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