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... we walked the shopping area for awhile in a fruitless search for Ecco comfort shoes. Despite web suggesting otherwise, there is only one store- in Paris. Seems not only do French women not get fat, they don't do comfort shoes! Heels only, please. After our long and warm walk we went back to the ship to relax in air con. That night the crew performed their entertaining show, which included a pretty impressive juggling performance by our Indonesian ...
smooth cruising through my intern-ship
I left the US to go to France to experience the professional life in a two month intern-ship. The student rhythm and the professional one being very different, I was able to fully enjoy the city between the night trips to the Rhône and the few week-end walking here and there. ...
... quarter mile around. At one end of the park was a statue of King Louis XIV, who apparently was important enough to the French citizens that they didn't destroy his statue. He was perched on top of a horse with a statue of a woman riding a lion on one side, and a man fighting a lion on the other. It was a bit bizarre, but still really beautiful and it reminded me again of how much I love French history and art.
From there, we took a trip to one of the cathedrals in ...
... more frustrating and with no prize at the end!
Lots of the doors we wanted to get through were locked as they are now entrances to apartments and require a code to access.
Whilst on the trail we did discover that a few of the Traboules have been marked for tourists so we were able to follow a few, however some of the signs have been removed and still some of the entrances were blocked. It was very exciting and ...
... the time, I realized I had to get home. I took the metro and the tram back to the NH at the airport.
I had rediscovered the magic of travel.
I had rediscovered the wonder of the blend of old and new in Europe.
I had rediscovered my passion, to see the world.
I promised myself in my mind that no matter how old I got, I would never, ever, ever...
I would never forget that fascinating afternoon in the city of Lyon.