Doisy Etoile Hotel
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... stands and took some decent snaps before continuing on my whistle stop tour of Paris...
I had by now determined that I would continue to spend the entire day on foot and was rewarded with a fairly spectacular view of a few beams of sunlight piercing an otherwise cloud filled sky as I looked back across Place du Concorde towards the Eiffel Tower. Magnifique!
A satisfying day of tourism, featuring enough selfies and pics ...
... their purpose.
So far, I have eaten good salades, sandwiches, quiche lorraine, croque monsieur, lots of chocolat chaud, and lots of chocolate breads and treats.
I hear that Sacramento is still very hot. I don't envy you. Here, the temperature is mild, and pretty much always sunny. Not a drop of rain.
In all honesty, I am looking forward to seeing the countryside ...
... want to do here.
Now, on to San Sebastian and Basque County in the North of Spain. Tomorrow is our last day on the train here. This IS exciting! I cannot say enough good things about the ease of travel in Europe using the local, regional and high speed trains. All good things must come to an end though, and I am about ready to say farewell to the trains for this trip.
... br> Anyhow, lunch was eaten down the street at a boulangerie. I ate a ham & cheese sandwich and a small crepe for dessert. Then we went to meet up a Mining classmate, Fares! It has been a great stroke of luck/coincidence that we are in Paris at the same time. He showed us around the Pagille neighborhood. The area had a lot of people going around with bracelets to sell. Apparently they initially say it is free, but then ask for money ...
... everywhere. Soon the police asked us if we were going to the Champs-Elysees. When we said yes, he told us how to go. One thing we observed was several TV vans and a bus of Asian people formally dressed. We soon learned the President of China was paying a visit and that was why there was so much security. The strangest thing was seeing the Champs-Elysses without any traffic. You could walk on the street anywhere from the Arc de Triomphe half way to the Place de la Concorde. ...