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... where we were to catch the bus recommended by the hotel receptionist. I noticed that my new suitcase was getting harder and harder to pull. It only weights 18kgs, and yet feels so much harder to drag along than Michael's, and yet there's only a 3kg difference! Then I noticed that two of the wheels were beginning to shred! I've used this bag for less than 2 weeks...and we haven't actually walked all that far with them! I just hope the wheels last until we get home.
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... pretty amazing. We were able to go inside and then spend most our time exploring the tiny streets that were filled with very talented caricatures, artists of all sorts and buskers playing lots of great music. We ate lots of yummy food and experienced many French and Parisian style foods such as Steak tartare, (basically raw minced meat) snails, foie gras and of course cheese and baguettes. We were slightly apprehensive about how we would be received in Paris, especially ...
... city, and once the old bodies decomposed, the bones would be collected and stored underground. Each pile of bones has a stone plaque that says what cemetery they cme from and in what year, as the bone relocation project took quite a while.
During it, a load of bones would get dumped down an old mine shaft, a guy would push all the bones against a wall, and some engineers would take the strong ones (leg bones and skulls mostly) to make retaining walls to hold ...
... the wrong carriage but we left the bags where they were and walked along to our seats. Not a good start to our week in gay Paris! Arrived at Gare de Lyons, and the lift to the Train Bleu was out of order but a huge black security guard took us up in another lift and we were soon having lunch in a setting resembling the Hall of Mirrors at Versailles. We forced ourselves to eat our way through one of the set menus because it offered us each a half bottle of wine...what a bargain! ...
... stairwell of about 200 steps. Quite exhausting after having walked so much today. It's larger than I expected and more stunning. With all the details and carvings, it was beautiful. Once I got to the top, you could see all of Paris. Now I understand why they call it the City of Lights. It was breathtaking. To the right, you can we the Eiffel Tower lit up, Notre Dame Cathedral lit up in the background, the modern Downtown of Paris with skyscrapers and Le ...