Citadines Tour Eiffel Paris
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... in Latin Quarter. Latin Quarter was awesome! We went to a bar thing where you sit down and hangout and it was connected to a dance floor. They had a special where you buy four shots and they put an Eiffel Tower in them and light it on fire haha it was so fun. We stayed out for a little while and then headed back exhausted and went straight to bed.
The next day we left the hotel early to make mass at Notre Dame. Notre Dame was amazing! The church was so pretty. ...
... cops standing up, blowing whistles & waving their arms for traffic to move over because a VIP is coming through! This was a pick up point for the LOpen Tour double decker buses that tour the sights of Paris. We purchased a 3 day pass which enables us to get on & off anytime which we thought was good value & convenient. Today we spent most of the day on the bus travelling on 3 different routes to get an overview & decide what we really wanted to see. We did ...
... either, I spent the time productively, knocking out an abstract for the African Studies Association of Australasia and the Pacific (AFSAAP) Conference in Dunedin later this year...who said us blokes can't multitask, eh?! I closed out my time in Paris wandering from its other quintessential monument, the Arc de Triomphe, down the Champs-Élysées (only stopping twice...once for a beer, and once for a glass of red), before heading for the airport, next stop ...
... to make eye contact (or God forbid, you smile) at a stranger on the metro, if its a man ......he’ll think you’re a crazy, and if its a woman ..... she’ll think you’re trying to pick her up!
Moral of the story
So if you want to appear like a "veritable" Parisien in France - stay slim, dress fashionably, avoid eye-contact with people, dangle a cigarette from your lips.. and speak to the tourists in English!
... idea and we hung out on the riverside until it was time to hang out at the train station. We said goodbye and sorry to Aleks, keeping in mind that we would probably see him in Barcelona with the rest of the guys! It's days like today that we are reminded, yet again, that not everything goes as planned and sometimes you just have to roll with the punches. Have a crepe, but don't give a ****. See what I did there? BONTOBLOGGING: Barcelona ...