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... on my case for a minute. Dean doesn't blink... He just takes it all in with no comment no complaint. ( not a trait he gained from me) So.... We arrived in the city and walked and walked... Got a little lost...Changed directions a few times (I tried to keep smiling), asked for directions and finally found our apartment. Yay!!!! Ground floor, clean, cool, secure and private ( and cold water in the fridge). We ventured out and found a Bistro for dinner. ...
... at least on the heels of ND - showcase of stained glass. And it was built in six, not 200 years. Take that, Notre Dame. We only looked from the outside at The Concierge, a benign-sounding name for a building that served as a prison and the site of revolutionary beheadings. (Count Marie Antoinette in. Or off. Choose your preposition.) "Bonjour, this is the concierge. Can I schedule you for the guillotine? Do you prefer today ...
... sound to hear it again. I think it will forever bring me back to Burkina.
After our mornings out, we run off and do touristy things in the afternoon. So far I have seen Notre Dame, Sacre Coeur, Tour Eiffel, Arche de Triomphe, Musée d'Orsay, Champs Élysée and the Louvre. I am actually sitting in the Louvre right now trying to rest my legs before ...
... said we should go and see it. It was OK. It had Guignol in it. Our French teacher Ms Newman has a Guignol puppet as well.
After the show we played in the playground some more and then headed home so we could go out for dinner. This time I organised how to get back. First we caught the RER from Luxembourg to Châtelet – Les Halles. We then walked across to the Metro and took Line 1 from Châtelet to. Bastille. I'm so awesome!
We got changed and ...
Up early as usual, and off for our regular petit dejeuner. Mary, ever the people observer, is starting to recognise a lot of the locals - mostly the parents taking their kids to school. We often spot those same people later in the day on the Metro as we head back to base. Alas, we won't be here long enough for them to recognise us as locals. Dommage!!
Things we love about Paris (apart from the obvious ones, of course)
- The Metro. So utterly reliable, clean ...