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Spent the last full day in Paris just checking out some places we had seen before but not on this trip. It was around 76 again so a gorgeous day. We went over by the Louvre and around the obelisk down from there before going around a few shops. We also moved hotels right down the street from the Moulin Rouge so we went and checked out that area as well. Had a decent dinner down the street and then hung out at the hotel for the rest of the evening. Headed to London Thursday around 2 or ...
... TV monitor we would be crossing north west towards Winnipeg, Canada then Newfoundland, or the Noofunlairn as we used to know it, Ireland, the south of England and Paris. An hour into the flight drinks were served before lunch. Breakfast will be served maybe over Ireland. We will land after 09.00 in Paris. I have no idea when we will pass into night or how long it will last, given that we are flying east into it. Lunch ...
... And there is something about Paris that makes you forget about the bad. Most of the time at least.
Everyone wants to visit the popular sites when they visit this city: the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, Sacre Coeur, Champs Elysees, Notre Dame, the Louvre… and by all means, visit these places. But realize that Paris is more than these touristic sites known around the world. A lot of French people will only go up the Eiffel Tower once or twice in their ...
... had to do a very quick maneuver back up to altitude in order to avoid the plane that came into very close proximity with us. Talk about stomach drops and vertigo. After circling the airport for 15 minutes the ground control finally lets us land puts an end to the tutting torment. Safe and sound on the ground with no sleep since yesterday morning we grab our bags and thankfully get out of the airport and onto the train. Seated on the RER line ...
... France had a revolution. The level of indulgence was incredible. Still it was worth every bit of walking and waiting to be a part of such a testament to power, indulgence and cultural development. Ben summed it up when he said, "it was no wonder that Marie-Antoinette lost her head," building a model peasant village so she could play "dirty" was probably the last straw for the down trodden French peasants! Superb stuff ...