Ibis Budget Orly Chevilly Tram 7
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... an hour to get to our hotel and cost 80 euros when it should have been about 50. The crazy thing was the taxi driver told us this was actually a good day... Contrary to most taxi rides we take, there was almost no conversation between him and us. I thought back to our taxi driver in Barcelona and how he and I chatted the whole ride in Spanish from the airport to our hotel about politics and the same for our taxi driver in Greece. Maybe it was ...
... here, well at least not yet. I am very excited that things are starting to get better.
I'm also looking up flights home for Christmas, not like I can't wait to get home, but more of I should probably buy my ticket more than 2 weeks before I want to leave like I did coming here. I also looked up flights for going home in July and HOT DAMN those are some expensive flights. Apparently everyone wants to go to the US in the middle of ...
... that. It was nice seeing collections of 12-20 stone buildings on rolling hills, always with a tall steeple nearby. The alps were dramatic and breathtaking, naturally. I declined to eat on the train, expecting instead to eat in Milan before catching the train to Bari. The train arrived in Milan about 50 minutes late, but I figured I still had time to walk to Milan Centrale (different terminus than I arrived) and grab food along the way. I stopped in a little ristorante in ...
... on a street, with french accents (Ooh la la.) But it was much chiller than that. There were some live bands playing music and alot of french men and women chatting, but no hard core clubbing there. We went to a bar on Rue de Oberkampf called "A La Folie" and my friends ordered me my second mojito of the trip (which seems to be a staple for me, though I don't really like mojitos.) We blasted Stromae, which I've come to realize can annoy some people in ...
... a lot of hedges and trees (still pretty) with a few flowers and beautiful sculptures. We come upon a stunning statue of Julius Cesar and sitting right on the top of his head is a blackbird. It looks rather funny (see picture). We wander through the gardens to a restaurant where we sit and have a gorgeous lunch and a carafe of rose...each. We take some great photos using Scott's selfie stick (blue tooth controlled of course) and it couldn't have ...