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... culture shock, unlike Paris. I will save a full blog for Belgium till tomorrow, but will try to re-write this blog about Paris as uninhibited as I can. Paris: a blog. Round 2. The thing about travelling is that your impressions of a country (before and after visiting it) are based off stereotypes and cliches. Before you travel abroad and experience different cultures for yourself you form opinions of a county and it's people based off of what you hear; ...
... 8:50, thinking for some reason it opens at 9:00. Probably 10 people in line in front of me, which should have given it away I guess. Lucky for me, brought along my Kindle so pop it out and read for the waiting time. Slowly, more and more people arrive, eventually getting 50-100 people behind me in line. Don’t I feel smart now.The Orsay opens up and I head in, buying my ticket not realizing that the tickets for ...
... like a dwarf. After admiring the Cathederal and the panoramic views of Paris it was time for lunch.
Battery Boy had wanted to try a restaurant called, "Itinaries" at 5 rue Pontoise, located just behind Notre Dame, off Boulevard Saint Germain. As Battery Boy approached the front door he realised it was not open on Mondays. He turned and said, "I'm sorry but the restaurant is closed." Video Girl continually screamed, "I need a restaurant!, I need ...
... a few good souvenir shops and got a couple things.
Then we grabbed a few kebabs for dinner on the way home. We decided to skip seeing the Eiffel Tower at night because we were exhausted and Theo told me it's kind of anti-climactic anyways.
Paris was pretty cool. I guess having seen it before (even if it was 10 years ago) makes things a little less impressive as they would if it were the first time. But it's nice to have seen them now that I'm older ...
... is a pastry store on almost every street, and we got some yummy chocolate croissants.
Close to our place, a 15 min walk, we found the chateau De Vincennes, and the Parc du Floral. Before we ventured into these places though, our stomachs were empty and we looked around for a restaurant. It was difficult to find something other than a coffee shop, many places were closed for the Easter holiday, but we finally stumbled on one.