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We're here. The TravelinTurners have arrived in Paris. After lots of planning and waiting we pulled up at Charles De Gualle International Airport at 6:20am local time…about 2:20pm Sydney time…pretty much 24 hours after we left.
The Hong Kong to Paris leg was tough going. 12 hours in our comfy economy seats trying to get some …
... line, there would be plentiful taxis to take expecting journeymen to their respective destinations. Well we did... Ladies and gentlemen, when I tell you that we were in the taint of Paris, you better damn well believe me. Compton ain't got nutin' on dis' son. No, but seriously within seconds of stepping off the train we saw several beggars, and one was a midget...never seen that before...and very little lighting, looked like a horror movie.
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Again typing with a French keyboard, so forgive me.
I took an art history class in college and the only thing that stuck with me all these years later was Chartres Cathedral in Chartres France. Truthfully, I have no idea why. Later after college I started using the Labryinth as a meditative tool - it became popular in the late 90,s - Grace Cathedral in San Francisco brought it to the States I think. When my brother worked in Palo Alto ...
... humble end to a great musician. Like many great people here his life is summed up in a single word - singer. His grave stone currently bears the Greek inscription: ΚΑΤΑ ΤΟΝ ΔΑΙΜΟΝ 13; ΕΑΥΤΟΥ, literally meaning "according to own self-daemon, i.e., guiding spirit," to convey the sentiment "True to Himself." This was a pilgrimage that many others were making as well. Then we decided ...
We got up bright and early to make the most of our only full day in Paris. Breakfast consisted of an expresso, a croissant and a baguette (I.e heaven) before we headed towards the Louvre. On the way we checked out the bridge of locks which epitomized the emotions Paris brings out of people. After seeing the line for the Louvre was far too long, we decided to ...