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... prominently displayed skulls) of quite literally six million Parisians stacked neatly when the cemeteries on ground level began to overflow. It was incredibly eerie and even the tunnels themselves were amazing, although very low and I increasingly feared hitting my tall head. We emerged after forty minutes but agreed it was worth the hellish wait. A nice old man directed us to the appropriate tube for the restaurant Nims parents had recommended. ...
... Vincent van Gogh & Artraud. Artraud portrayed Van Gogh as a victim of society. Sad story. We discovered we were at 10 minute walk from the love lock bridge. The entire rail on both sides of the bridge are entirely covered by locks. They are placed there by couples who wish to demonstrate their love for one another. The key is then tossed into the Seine River. We took a taxi to a restaurant near ...
... ready for one night in Paris. Zzzz zzzz zzzz We had decided 8.00pm was a good time to head out. We had no exact plan except to walk around for a few hours and not to drink to much as we had an early flight out the next day. Leaving the hotel we wound our way through the little streets and alleys heading towards the Seine river. From there we strolled up the river, passing the Louvre, up the north side of the park Tuilires, past all the big hotels and up on the Champs ...
... map. Luckily John came with me as I would have headed off in the wrong direction. I am sure I am embarrassing John, being a real tourist, but so far he has been very tolerant of me taking photos of the weird and wonderful sites. I don't mean buildings, I mean McDonalds. We walked down to the Seine and found a few options for things to amuse kids with and I also found an optometrist that had some products I needed. Also found the post office to buy stamps. It fascinates me that ...
... we circled it for about an hour surreptitiously looking for people carrying bags with bread and then heading in the direction from which they came. Returned to the flat for some well deserved coffee and croissants and an unexpected mid morning nap! What I failed to record yesterday and which is the thing I remember most clearly from when we travelled in 1985, is how much Stephen knows. Obviously not about phones but about other probably more worthwhile topics. ...
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