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... vie I guess.
Observation, the stereotype is correct, everyone does walk around with baguettes. Baguettes in bike baskets, guy carrying baby in one hand, baguette in other. What is with baguettes? Personally I think they are only good topped with Boursin. Other observations, the men here wear crazy coloured jeans and sweaters around their shoulders and there is always a waft of BO everywhere. Must be due to the wearing of sweaters in the heat.
... kids bolting all the way up non-stop, every possible rest spot already occupied I was shattered at the top. Happily they have bench seats at the top for those of us that need to stave off a cardio-infarction, not that either of my future primary carers gave a second thought to my health. Regardless no need for coffee today, my heart was well and truly started by the time we were out on the terrace. What a view! Magnificent!
While I know we've ...
... station could be. Monet and Renoir were my favorite artists we saw, along with a few creepy paintings I wish I could unsee. We then hopped on a double decker bus and saw all the main attractions! I am floored by the detailed architecture in every single building here. It is just stunning. And they're geraniums are better than ...
... Eiffel towers, they now sported lots of umbrellas at Eu 5 each. The queue,
including us, mobbed them. Suddenly everyone had an umbrella, it looked pretty
good, so I took a photo.
This time, it took about half an hour to get in. As
usual, we went through security. Bags and coats went through the xray, we’re
beginning to get used to this.The first thing most of the females members of the
... hidden they are hidden in a fish, with one or more placed in it's mouth. LOL. Or "rire a gorge deployee" as the French would say. (Laugh one's throat out). I guess that's their equivalent to "busting a gut".
C'est la vie!
* "De rigueur" comes from 'rigor mortis' the meaning being "I'm so cool that I'm as cold as one of the corpses in Pere Lachaise Cemetary. The French have a morbid sense of ...