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... others one of the most scenic and beautiful cities in the world. I worked in France off/on for 3 years, so had a lot of opportunities to explore and learn about the city. One misconception is the "rudeness" of the French. However, I have never felt they were any better or worse than any place else in the world. I have had far worse experiences in the US and have, for the most part, had great experiences.
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... than most Parisian ones we have seen but not in the region of the lovely English parks by any means. It also had very few (only one) coffee purchasing opportunities and it wasn't long before I started to get a serious lack of caffeine headache. Being Sunday morning it was full of exercising folks. As well as lots of joggers there was a section under the trees with various Asian arts being practiced such as Tai Chi and another slow stick - fighting one I have ...
... day (including over quite a few cobblestones). It was a very busy day. The train took forever to leave the Versailles station to head back to Paris but we eventually got there. We got back to our place and then had to contend with all those stairs! Ouch! We had to get organised for our tour to Villers-Bretonneaux, leaving at 1.30am that morning. After left over picnic dinner, we went to bed for a few ...
... amount of change; we'll never know. I'm not sure that I really got to explore quintessential Montmartre and so have made note to self to find time to return. It really was a case of arriving at the district to see Sacre Coeur without taking time to explore. I was once again mindful of the distance being covered and what was suitable for Bridget.
We found a metro stop to make our return to our neighbourhood and stopped to purchase a book ...
... sold tickets, and it cost me 17 euro to my destination. We had to get to terminal 1 to pick up people and then were on the way to Paris. There was minimal traffic at this hour, already after 10 AM on Wednesday, and we were at Gare de Lyon around 11 AM, a total of 40 minutes journey. At the stop there was a porter waiting for the bus, in a uniformed Air France jacket, who pulled out bags from under the bus; the bus continued on to Gare Montparnasse, and I crossed boulevard Diderot, ...