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The high speed TGV train sped us off to Paris amid increasing cloud cover and dropping temperatures. Avignon runs about 10 degrees warmer -- and drier -- this time of year, so we left a sunny 73 and arrived in a rainy 63.
Navigating a major train station beneath one of the world's 10 busiest airports required an internal compass, some luck, and the good fortune of a well-placed Information stand. We fly out of Paris early in the ...
... we are resting our weary bones in was derelict or quaint. With a fresh set of eyes on this building built in 1801, I now see the charm i missed here as well. Au revoir, Jariel Ps. You should just hear me talking to the locals. I even went to the pharmacie and bought cold medicine for the kids and Stephen - yes they are all sick and infectious. I don't know what I bought, but gee they slept well last night. Hahaha hehehe hahaha ( very evil laugh ...
... Paris is 6pm and once back at the hotel cold showers were required all round. Rejuvenated and refreshed we set out for a light evening meal but most cheaper options were closed. Garry gave up and headed back to the hotel while Jenny and I did our own private city sightseeing.
a little disorientated we walked for miles exploring uncharted territory until we finally arrived back to our hotel.
... pe with whipped cream, and about died. As you can imagine, they eat really well in Paris--and for that matter everywhere in France.
After eating, Daphne took Lydia, Théo, Iana and I on a tour of Paris. It's true what they say about it being the city of light! It was so beautiful when everything was all lit up that I can't decide if I like Paris more at night or during the day! We saw the Eiffel Tower (of course), Notre Dame, le palais de justice, the louvre, ...
... Metro pass has been excellent and we have used it constantly - trains seem to come every two to three minutes.
-We see many vegetables for sale but not many appear on plates in restaurants/cafes/bistros!!
-We continue to find French people helpful and obliging. We had one lady offer help as we were looking at a map. Hand signals and our limited French assisted, we think, a French lady looking for the grave site of Edith Piaf this afternoon.
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