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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Today ended up being a slow start due to the safe situation. Our apartment greeter arrived before we got to head out into our day and she arrived with a little black box. I'm not exactly sure what she did but whatever it was it worked. Apparently, she explained to me in very good English, that if what she had to try didn't work then there was to be a phone call to Switzerland. I didn't ask where she got it from or what she had to do as I was a little too embarassed. From this 'up ...
... walked a few minutes following the sound of the bells to guide us. It
was incredible! This was where the story of the Hunchback of Notre Dame
came from. We went inside and there was so many amazing things to look
at, artworks and sculptures which tells of the story of Jesus. My mum
took lots and lots of photos. Outside of Notre Dame we stopped at a
little cafe and had ...
... to what is going on around me. William isn,t too fond of me doing something different when I explain my preferance. Oh well. Two strikes!
As I stated it is rush hour and the trains are packed. So as you do we all pushed in. Some of us didn,t make it so we waited for them at our next stop. We had to transfer. On the next train we had a few more stops. While on the train I noticed one man in our group, Steve (from Boston) looking down ...
... and small toy barking dogs. Many of them had their products laid out on blankets on the sidewalk that blocked people's path from getting around. Connie didn't see one of the barking toy dogs that was in the middle of the sidewalk and kicked it on the way by. She didn't kick it hard enough cause it was still barking annoyingly! Connie got an ice cream and I a beer and we sat looking at the 4 massive lineups that led to the ticket ...
Our last day in Paris began on a rather inauspicious note when our apartment building, and several others in the neighborhood, lost electricity service at 8:00. Just as we had gone back to bed to grab a few more winks, service was restored about an hour later. We were still feeling the effects from last night's overindulgence during the dinner cruise, so neither of us seemed anxious to do much of anything except to rest and ...