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... 2-3 seconds, or about 2.50 euros a minute! Of course, we had no concept of the distance we had to travel. Happily, we were soon seeing airport environment indicators--warehouses with titles like Logistics, big nondescript hotels, and finally, signs saying C de Gaulle. Came in around 55 euros, and I happily gave him the entire 60. We then found a Delta/Air France desk at which to check our bags. We showed our passports in line (but it was so early, we were the line!) and again ...
... and so good to see that our very own Melbourne Aesop has hit the International Echelons of Paris... and after talking with the Mademoiselle discovered that its around the world.. Go Aussie Go Saint Germain was heaving with vitality and come 5.00 pm a Biere or two was required naturlich for thirst and medicinal purposes only ... Dinner La Rose de France with a superb Vin ... Recommended by Morgan (Eliots daughter) Another beautiful day ...
... Cameron and he was very entertaining. The Boulevarde St Michelle is part of the Latin Quarter and earned that name because in the past the clergy used to teach Latin classes there. Since Latin became the common language to those people who lived there it became the local language and hence the area became known as the Latin quarter. There is a huge statue of St Michelle with an angel standing on top of the devil. We stopped and looked at the Seine River. It is ...
... to figure out where the tour office is in relation to the tower train station. The train finally arrives & three stops later we bolt out of the station & up the stairs. French people walk so slow & don't like moving out of the way. We have to keep remembering to walk on the opposite side up & down stairs & the street. They drive on the other side of the road and the steering wheels in the cars are on the opposite side to our cars. With Grant still reading ...
... She picked us up and toted us around France for the day. We had a wonderful time. She knows so much about Paris, we just had a ball. We walked by the Eiffel Tower. It is very tall and beautiful, but I had no desire to go up in it. We ate at a very cool French cafe right outside of Notre Dame. The waiter was an interesting fellow. He was very flirty with our French tour guide. She talked him in to letting us sit in the best seat in the place. Notre Dame was such a ...