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... to them, that’s not Paris. To understand the city, you have to explore. Travel Tip #6: Get lost in the city and see where you end up. Try the bakery on the corner that only locals will enter. Strike up a conversation with a Parisian while waiting in line somewhere. Take the Velib bikes and ride around, without any plan of where you’re going. Sometimes the best experiences happen as a result of this.
Recently, I went with a good friend to one of the ...
... time. This was more like it. We could only have enjoyed it more if we would have known about the Segway's first. They came zipping out of the trees. That would have been fun on the miles of pathways. We finished the tour by coming back up the central path from the canals where people were row boating. Nice day. We need to see last few things on Friday as end of our Paris passes, then shop. Toodles for now. See you again ...
... tour of course) was the small boutique hotel that Bürstner reserved for us. We had the Mozart room - decorated with classical instruments and Mozart's music. Stunning. We dined at a lovely French restaurant (not much choice in this small town) and enjoyed wonderful seafood French style. Because Kehl is just a few kilometres across the French border, there's a heavy French influence.
After late breakfast we sat around for a while wondering what we should do,Julie came up with a solution, train trip to republique (like kings cross area) not so flash place. No trouble catching train arrived around lunch time to find there was a protest going on,only small. Wandered further down the street till we found a bar selling cheaper pints( pretty seedy joint) Michael got the first shout,but got charged 8 euro for the beer,anyway had that a ...
... Paris. We did manage a beer and some people watching once Sim finally dragged himself off the lounge :-p Our second day we spent looking around the museum D'Orsey. Sim liked it a lot better than the Louve. I'm undecided, I quite liked what I got to see in the Louve the only problem was it was just so big that you would have needed a week to see everything. This museum we went to this time was a lot smaller and had some really nice paintings. We had to laugh at one point there was ...