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... present beggars, but really we weren't bothered at all.The restaurants are like Lygon street on steroids x 3. It"ll be hard to pick one out tonight, we might ask the hotel. Highlight for me so far was sitting by the Seine with an african busker who was doing a good impersonation of George Benson grooves. He got a euro and I got my tranquility back. Marianne stopped to buy Macaroons - they really were nice and I took the opportunity to have a glasse ( ice cream). Mine was coffee ...
... before heading to the bottom of the shopping strip on Champs-Elysee (Roosevelt I think?) and making our way home. We stopped for one last beer in a little cafe and the rain started to drizzle, nothing too fierce, but just like we had in Zurich I kind of like seeing these places in their dreary weather state, helps me remember their winter persona. Tomorrow is our last day in Paris and the last day of our trip, over too quickly, but then again it seems like months since we were in ...
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Lynda had booked an evening bike tour which left from near the Eifel tower, not too far from Alan & Lindy’s. We headed to their place for a well-deserved cool water before Alan walked us to the meeting point… Lindy had googled it & shown us a map, but the look of confusion on our faces & the urgency to be at the place by 7pm must have shown, so Alan walked us ALL the way and made sure we met our group. Thanks for a ...
I was supposed to be on my way to my next stop today however I still hadn't been up the Eiffel Tower so there was no way I was leaving just yet. Instead I decided to cut out my trip to Bayeux, that would have to be on the list for next time. Started the day with doing some washing french style, in a french laundromat eating french pastries and drinking coffee and got some reading in as well. I then made my way on ...
After about 20 hours or more of traveling, we have finally made it to the land of croissants and baguettes. Our arrival at the airport was pretty flawless. All of our luggage arrived in one piece, B-man jumped for joy as boarder patrol stamped his passport, and then we were on our way.
B-man's first impressions of Paris may not have been the absolute best. The RER train was dumpy, and the first communities we ...