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Around 11:30 AM, we were ready to explore Paris. We rode the metro to the Arc de Triomphe and walked around underneath it, visiting the tomb of unknown soldiers there. Then a stroll down the Champs Élysées on both sides for several blocks. Car dealerships, Louis Vuitton flagship store and lots of American stores lined the famous boulevard. I was enthralled by this walk and the ...
... and the contrast between the creativity and charm of the city as we see it today and the rigid coldness of the soldiers in the black and white print is striking and even chilling.
Speaking of being chilling, it was getting a little cold as we stood outside the Arc and I was debating what to do next. I wanted to show my sister so much of the city and was planning on starting at the Eiffel Tower and walking along the Seine, across to the Place de la Concorde, ...
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... in front of the tower and had our feast, and drank the wine straight from the bottle :). We sat there for 2 hours and just enjoyed the atmosphere. We learned that Jean shorts are in fashion for men here and that tourists are obsessed with taking pictures of themselves jumping in front of the tower. I don't get it.
Scott had some fun messing with the EI scammers who try to get you to sign a petition in support of handicapped people. They walk around the park and come up to ...
With Carmen it was a Sunday and earlier so nobody around but today there were people everywhere. Waited for 3 trains hoping for a train which ran direct but no such luck so we hopped on the next available train and it was so crowded! Not a pleasant journey at all when we are crammed in with no seat and struggling for fresh air due to the mass of people all making their way to the Airport.
Checked in with 25.9 kilos of luggage (allowed 30kg but just ...