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... interesting motoring displays however they did not compare to the Citron attraction.
Upon making our way to the Arc de Triomph we were kept amused watching the hundreds of cars trying to enter and exit from this free-for-all roundabout, with 12 roads feeding into it and no rules or line markings once you enter. This is one roundabout Nathan is not allowed to drive through.
After paying our respects at the Tomb of the ...
... find other 'monuments' created in the years before catacomb renovations, such as a source-gathering fountain baptised "La Samaritaine" because of later-added engravings. There are also rusty gates blocking passages leading to other 'unvisitable' parts of the catacombs – many of these are either un-renovated or were too un-navigable for regular tours. I was tempted to sneak in, but didn't. The tour is about 1 hour. I ascend through another spiraling stairwell ...
... train from Hendaye on the French/Spain border. Took approx 7 hrs was quite boring as couldn't see out the windows, so we watched Finding Nemo! We arrived in Paris at about 11.30pm and headed to the metro where we caught the no. 12 line got off at Pigalle and walked to our hostel. It was actually surprisingly easy to get there. Getting off in big cities is usually quite confusing and hard to work out where you actually need to get to. But ...
... own the road so get out of their way. They drive head on to you in your lane. They weave in and out of lanes, in between cars, and up on sidewalks to get through traffic. Cars aren't much better. I wish we had the Go Pro to video tape the mayhem. I have never seen driving like this. I think Scott was about to pull the shoot on the trip but once we got on the highway everything was fine and normal and I do what I always do on road trips, slept.
Well we ...
... Triumph out of respect for the unknown soldier buried there and those he represents. (They always marched up to and around the Arc).
After the Eiffel tower and the Louvre, the Arc de Triomphe is one of those Iconic sights that visitors to Paris must go and see. It took me two weeks to get around to it, and on Friday I got off the metro on a cloudy morning to check it out. It only really looks huge and impressive when you are under or right next to it, from a distance ...