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I've returned to being a two finger typist because the French have decided to mix up all the letters on the keyboard. I even have to press the shift key for the full stop. This is what my first sentence would of looked like if I had of used touch typing... Iùve returned to being q tzo finger typist becquse the French hqve decided to ,ix up qll the …
*Here are some of my tips and notes for my upcoming visit to Paris in June*
*Notes are found from a variety of sites, guidebooks, and personal inquiries*
- The Metro, RER, and busses all use the same tickets
- Single tickets cost 1.70 Euros
- You can buy a carnet of 10 tickets for 12.50 Euros
- Tickets can be shared among multiple travelers
- Metro shuts down at 12:30am ...
... and I was a little disappointed when it was over. I didn't want to depart the festivity immediately so grabbed a front chair at a corner cafe and ordered a hot chocolate! Others at the cafe were asking me what it all was because they hadn't been able to see it! This experience could not have been timed! What a treat. I also enjoyed a night tour of the city lights. It would have been much nicer to do this on foot but I'm not really sure of how safe that ...
... surprised with how big the hotel room was. We got all freshened up and went down the street to a late dinner at a restaurant called Giraffe. We kept having moments of relief throughout the day when we realized we could speak English when trying to check into the hotel or order food. We were about the only ones in the restaurant since it was so late but ironically, a French family came in and sat right next to our table. It seemed like they had attended an Olympic event earlier that ...
One entire week in Paris already gone – time goes by so fast here!
Alot has happened since my last post. We went to visit the Cour de Cassation, which is the equivalent of the Canadian Supreme Court. It was so beautiful. We got to see the room where Marie-Antoinette was tried, but didn’t get to go in. The fire alarm went off and cut our visit short (though it was towards the end of the visit anyways).