Etap Paris Porte D'Orleans
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several supermarkets and shops around
close to Metro station (8 minutes walk)
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... on a hop on hop off bus. We had prepaid this before we left & when we went to get on the bus they were terribly confused & so were we. Eventually after being sent to the 2nd bus we realised it was the wrong company so we had to find a different coloured bus which we did after some time. We then just sat as we drove around & saw all the iconic Paris sights. It was so exciting. It is really obvious that during the 18 th & 19th century some in France ...
... s always talking age…this trip proved he was right!).
Following the beautiful Louvre, we took the metro back home. What was meant to be 15 minutes of “relaxation” turned into a 2 ½ hour nap. As much as we wanted to be out on the city, we desperately needed to catch up on sleep and rest our tired feet.
We woke up refreshed and ended our day by taking a delightful stroll down the street to the Eiffel Tower (how cool to have ...
... school. I never thought I would actually see and climb it. Major bucket list item ticked off.
Nice to just slow down today, and cruise. Good food, something to see around every corner. Paris is a romantic city, a city of beautiful architecture, history everywhere, food that has to be tried, and the sexiest language, especially when a good looking girl talks to you.
Every 3-4 blocks they have 5 electric cars, all plugged into power point, ready to go. ...
... wood, mahogany and finally oak. I think that they gave him so many coffins so that he could not escape. The coffin is surrounded by a plaque of all the lands he conquered. We then visited the WW1/2 Museum which was very interesting and fun. There was lots of disturbing pictures of the war but what was even more disturbing was that was what the soldiers went through every day. We then trudged home as it was starting to rain ...
... there; we invited them to have dinner with us and two of the three were able to accept. Elodie had to go home because as soon as the Sabbath ended she needed to start studying for her exams. She’s in the middle of the series and has several more days to go.
In France a very great deal depends on final exams. Many students don’t know if they will pass or fail until the exams and the whole year’s results may hang on them. So they must be taken ...