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Travel Blogs from Paris
This was our trip to celebrate Hillary's graduation from high school. We made the trip with our "jelly bean" travel bags. They are quite colorful.
After arriving at the airport, we took a taxi to our hotel. As it turns out, we are just around the corner from the famous Moulin Rouge. So the drive here went through some rather dicey areas. …
... before heading to the airport to pick up the car. Arrived at Charles de Gaulle airport and phoned the car company and they picked us up. After only a few minutes we were on our way to Reims. We were trying to get to the gas station to fill up. Driving on the wrong side of the car, the wrong side of the road and using a GPS which we had never used before we ...
... miles away) makes things a little confusing for someone as new to the city as me, but Google maps helped me out.
I continued up Boulevard Saint-Jacques, and found a restaurant which looked like a treasure. Au Port Salut is on my list of places to try, unless someone tells me otherwise.
The next stop on my wander was the Pantheon. Contrary to what I'd been told, it was not lit up for me to take my amateur photo. A bit underwhelmed, ...
... br> The day ended w/ dinner at the Bryan w/ the Grandparents, and we received two newsworthy reportings: First, an email from Michael informing that he made it onto the SAS ship! Yay!
And second, a declaration from Marlene that she was from then forward a one-site a-day-gal! Understandable! (Doug and Marlene were hardy traveling companionsever! Nikki always declares that few of her friends would survive a Borchard "vacation") --, yet here The Granparent s were ...
... tower. We got amazing photos along the way.
Upon our arrival at the tower, we noticed something odd. No lines - yeah right, no amount of karma would bring us such luck!
fact - quite the opposite. We saw the sign as it came into English
"Eiffel tower closed - social dispute". There was a strike. No bloody
way!!!!! We weren't happy. And neither were all the other people who had
obviously come that day for it. Especially tour groups!