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... we just sat admiring the Paris skyline for a while. The band played a great variety of music, but I was quite surprised to hear Bob Marley's Redemption Song. From here we found a place to have some dinner, where I sampled some classic French fare, escargot, bread, wine, and beef bourguignon. We then attempted to go to a "speakeasy" style bar I read about online. We walked up to who appeared to be the bouncer and asked about it, and he said it was closed due to ...
... than expected and the day was going to be the coolest we were going to get in Paris at 29 degrees we decided to take a walk through the Marais district of Paris. This is an older section of Paris that wasn't knocked over to create Haussmann's broad boulevards so it is more like old Paris and contains a number of older buildings with a lot of interesting history. We googled a self guided walking tour (http://www.paris48.com/le-marais-walk. ...
... the gardens.
Our first order of business was to purchase some metro tickets, which are also accepted for bus travel, from a local store that deals in such items, along with lotto tickets, tobacco, etc. With fresh tickets in hand, we caught the #63 bus along Ave. Georges Mandel and rode it until reaching St.-Germain-des-Prés, where we disembarked, walking south to reach the Luxembourg Gardens through the maze of narrow streets ...
... blue sky day and relatively warm and everyone else was sunning themselves on the banks of the canal. We then went into the gardens or at least some of them. There are over 20 in total. Giant hedges divide each and there are numerous walkways joining them together. The view back down the canal is amazing.
We also saw the topiary garden and the beautiful flower garden immediately at the rear ...
... I missed that one, my feet hurt too much) and the first and second world wars. I had no idea the french had been in so many wars. Wars with Germany, Spain, Belgium.,,,they really don't make very good neighbours. There were displays on all sorts of military, not just the french. I even saw a few Aussie uniforms and photos. The guides talked a lot about the history, how the wars started, certain battles, Frances involvement, etc. strange though, ...