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... and artistic principals most days. I did come to visit her after all.
I am also seeing Paris from a non touristy perspective-that is its saving grace. It is the only reason I can explore my romantic and creative sensibilities. Being near the Eiffle Tower, the Lourve, Sacre Couer just makes me want to leave Paris. The crowds are abominable. Actually I don't even make it near the Eiffle Tower this time and that's by choice. I want to adventure ...
... that after all, they are just humans and that the same rules of communication apply here as well. On a personal level, I learned about the different cultures around the world and made some great friends along the way!
But this is just the beginning. What’s next, you ask? I start my traineeship with the Global Project Management Organization at BCD Travel as of August 3rd. ...
... bracelet straight on your arm so you have to pay for it and the three shells game. You have to guess which shell the button is hidden under and bet on it. They always have an accomplice that wins and sucks in the punter. We saw a few get sucked in to bet.
On Monday we strolled along the Champs-Élysées to go to the Arc De Triomphe. When we got there it was closed until ...
... from Sydney sitting next to us - older and clearly richer - she had crepe Suzettes so we got to see how they are prepared at the table. We had sandwiches and coffee and got stung on the coffee but it was nice. Headed to the Musee D'Orsay but it was shut (story of my life but this time we can go back tomorrow) and then walked to la Place de la Concorde from which we could just make out l'Arc de Triomphe in the hazy distance. We then took our ...
... it was a neat touch that they were playing string music!), the Apollo fountain and the Grand Canal. We then veered off to the Grand Trianon, and the Petit Trianon - the escape from the escape for the Louis' and especially for Marie Antoinette, but not nearly as elaborate as the main palace. Seems that Marie A. liked to play billiards as we saw her pool tables in two locations! We also visited her village or Domaine - she apparently wished she could live a ...