Forest Hill Paris Meudon
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Fun facts about Paris:
- Eiffel Tower
>370 people committed suicide from there
>painted every 7 years
>1987 - a man bungeed from the 3rd floor and was charged with an act of terrorism
>originally thought tobe a temporary structure
- Arc de Triumphe
> to honor soldiers who died in WW1
... scammer at the metro, and she luckily had two extra metro tickets from her parents that were good for one more day!! So thanks to all of that, Shannen and I were able to use the metro without paying an absurd amount of money again.
Heading back via metro from seeing Jen (friend from birthright), I encountered what I realized was the French version of underage drinkers. These kids, however were no more than 14 or 15, and were trying to talk to me in French, (which I knew ...
... woman were playing a cello and violin under the terrace. It was very beautiful.
One other thing before I go. I was alone now. I stopped into a store. It poured really hard and then stopped. I walked out of the store and toward the metro and there appeared a rainbow! A very nice end to the day. Tomorrow I am off to Normandy.
I have been typing this with a French keyboard; so apologies for weird typos.
... Trianons as well as Marie's little village. It was all very grand and elegant. Then lunch at the cafe by the lake. Back up the hill to the main palace, where we found the line was practically non-existent. The main palace was also very grand and elegant (actually, I think the palace of Versailles is pretty much the definition of grand and elegant. Although a wee bit on the over-the-top side, perhaps. lol.)
We stopped to visit the ...
... We came upon a social protest outside the Louvre complete with signs, loudspeakers, music and dozens of police in black riot gear and helmets. People were marching with signs around a platform where speeches were being given to rousing cheers from the crowd. Looked a lot like the 60's in the USA. Making our way through the courtyard of the Louvre, we got out of there and walked on the Seine for a while to the Metro. All in all, it was an interesting ...