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Travel Blogs from Meaux
... as we plunged down and arrived at the actual ride, which took us through some "scary" scenes.
When we emerged I didn't know whether to be nervous or excited and Mitch seemed entirely nonplussed about the fact that I had just agreed to go on an Orange ride, which I had to keep insisting was absolutely monumental. (Emphasis on monuMENTAL). We following the signs to the FastPass queue and walked past a huge amount of people waiting in the normal queue. The wait ...
... the One True Church as the reformers did) and later by the French Revolution, when all things to do with the nobility (like the One True Church) were considered fair game. But the priests of Meaux were among the first to understand that the Catholic church was in need of reform (rather than outright rejection), and so our pilgrimage began on their turf.
Yesterday, we visited the town's Protestant church - which holds a tiny congregation ...
Being that Max works at Cafe Oz - An Australia Bar in Châtelet. It was a given that we frequented this joint a few times that week. Also we trended UFO in Parmentier and W.O.S Bar in Luxembourg where some of Max's friends work, I was fortunate enough to meet some of these people who were very lovely, and accommodating, especially to my limited French speaking ability. They definitely looked after us well - and I ...
Credit expires every month.
No. I bought credit that lasts 3 months. I wave the booklet in her face.
You have made phone calls.
Oh not this again. I wave the phone under her face and show her all the failed calls and messages – WHERE????
Finally, she looks at my paperwork and rings someone. Hoping it will be the English speaking helpline and she will hand the phone to me. No such luck.
... the steps we went. Found out where we had to go, easy you say, the hardest thing was trying to get on the trains as they were jam packed with people. Managed to squeeze our way in, change stations again in order to arrive at the Pl Charles de Gaulle and the Arc the Triomphe. Up the stairs and there she was, a beautiful structure in the middle of the biggest and busiest roundabout we have ever seen. Approx 11 streets run into this space but somehow it all runs pretty smooth. It ...