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... in the line, a 5 Euro note falls onto the ground. An opportunistic tourist leans over, snatches up the note and quickly pockets it. They don't offer it back to the poor man who just sold his umbrella, they just pocket the money as if it ain't no thang. Worse still, no one who saw it says anything. Apparently it's a dog eat dog world in Paris. Not only do you have the constant worry of bag snatchers, but you also have to be wary ...
... Eifflel Tower - and an ice cream cone on the way out to re-energize.
The rest of our day included a visit to the Paris Aquariam, a walk around town, playground visit and lots of wrestling.
Awesome six year old ending to a great day...toasting marshmallows on the gas stove in the kitchen. A true Paris experience!
Tomorrow - off to Parc Du Villette and the largest Science and Industry Museum in Europe.
... completed the transaction after the lady asked me if I had swiped my card for the "puce", or microchip, to be read. I was confused, because for a second I thought that "puce" meant PIN. Yes, I had entered my PIN. She then pointed to the microchip and said "Ça, c'est la puce". "Puce" is such a funny word to me because it also translates to mean "flea". "Ah, ok. La puce!" I repeated. When she noticed that I actually cared about learning how to learn about the word and ...
... 1914-1918], through innovative scenography illustrating the great changes and upheavals in society that resulted from it.
Art and history museum, situated in the old episcopal palace, it takes its name from the famous orator and theologian Jacques Bénigne Bossuet, Bishop of Meaux.
Today was a very sad day, it was a sad day because it was the last day,
IN PARIS OF COURSE! We packed up and left very early after we kissed our
apartment goodbye. It was strange leaving a place that we had dwelled
in for over a month. As we were in the plane, I actually saw the Arc de
Triomphe, it was gigantic. When we arrived home, we were greeted by my
grandparents and given an array of delicious food and gifts. It feels
good to finally be ...