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... You can't turn around one corner without running into a (well-dressed) smoker who puffs smoke into your face, but politely moves away or says "pardon."
On a sunny day in Paris, people enjoy taking over all of Paris' outdoor benches, if they can find one thats free. They relax, socialize, or just watch life go by.
In Paris, people read and write. While strolling though the lucious Jardins de Luxemburg, it wasn't uncommon to ...
... despite them being a fairly relaxed entry into the country, and being hard core neutralists (which is debatable once we learnt that they were the nazis bankers in WWII), they are quite a defensive (or paranoid as the trip leader said) country. We saw this for ourselves with the huge military aircraft show being held as we drove through one of the towns - including 8 jets doing formation flying! Despite not having a ...
If you know anything about Paris you'll know that the lines for the attractions tend to be longer than the line for Splash Mountain. Also, considering how popular Paris is as a weekend destination from cities such as London, you can do the math and figure out that weekends are much worse than midweek. For this reason, we decided to avoid trying to see anything today.
... so we gave up and went back down to find our train back to the hotel. We got back to the hotel around 10:30. Most of the group went back to their rooms and went to bed, while a few of us went to watch the soccer game (France was playing Ecuador). Not the most exciting game, 0-0 tie, but it's always fun to watch the World Cup! Today we are off to Chartres and Tours ... Can't wait for the kids to see the chateaux! Miss you all at home ... Stay tuned for more ...
... grounds were not dusty due to a recent rain. At the pyramid I took a right turn and entered the Quai, then walked over the bridge to the left bank. At the same time some rally was going on, and the police have stopped the traffic, the demonstrators took a long time crossing the street to the bridge, and then all the drivers in the cars and buses started to yank their horns, yelling at the police to let them through. Surprisingly, the police obliged and asked the rally to move on ...