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On Thursday, May 22nd, under the threat of rain, we took the Metro line to the French Open at Roland Garros. We walked around to the various outside red clay courts looking for up and coming new American talent. We found Grace Min, a great young player who hits the ball both hard and low, is very aggressive in her play, and was one set short of meeting Serena Williams if she had won her Qualifying Round! We are always amazed at how much time and effort it ...
... Luxemburg Gardens.
No wonder Jardin de Luxemburg is so beloved by the french. The people here epitomize the joie de vivre that the french have. Couples and families sat on the green metal chairs - reading, drinking wine, socializing. Children pushed sailboats around the fountain. People laid out on the grass having picnics. We sat on the grass and watched the people. Rhea was dying to play with some children beside us and ...
... pedestrians, bikes do not. Crossing roads is a near death experience. You have to watch for bikes, trams, cars, and you have to know which way to look, which we do not. It is mayhem, but ordered by some tradition we cannot understand. We haven't seen any fatalities as yet. We walked to the Van Gogh museum. A breath of fresh air after the Louvre. Helped by an app we downloaded, and our devices, we were all, teens included, able ...
... Packed up apartment, then we decided that instead of a trek into trafalgar Square, with crowds and no toilets and probably a very late night, we would have dinner in a local pub. The Bull's Head is on the thames, and is where Cromwell spent some time. (Note to self, must brush up on European History). After dinner we strolled back along the Thames, and passed some friendly party goers in fancy dress, partying on the boats. All along the thames people were letting ...
Bonjour! I'm so used to saying that now it's become quite the norm. What is funny though, is when you walk into a shop and start with "bonjour" and the person behind the counter doesn't pick up on your Aussie accent and continues on there conversation with you in fluent French. I still haven't worked out the polite way to interrupt them and inform them you haven't a clue what they just said. I guess I'll just keep smiling ...
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