Ibis Orly Chevilly Tram 7
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We left home excited about another trip to Paris and decided on our way up to Boston that flying from there was much more civilized than going out of New York. Jenny and I were lucky enough to get upgraded to business class with Billy but unfortunately, none of us were able to get too comfortable so little sleep was had. We all arrived pretty tired but excited to be back in Paris. The traffic from the airport into Paris was horrific. It took ...
... never responded, saying that we can meet next week and work out a schedule so that I can be home on Wednesdays with the kids. My bank appointment to open my account is on Friday and I have all the necessary documents for that, which means after I open it and get my card, I can get my phone card and finally have a functioning cell phone in France. I mean, I don't really need a functioning cell phone because I don't have any friends or talk ...
... Lyon. Eggs over easy, bacon, toast, and a croissant. These Frenchmen love their carbs. The train has left the station, literally.
June 20, 7:58 PM -- leaving Milan, Italy That was a little more stressful than I'd hoped. The train ride was great -- shame I was drifting in and out of sleep for the best parts. The French countryside is beautiful. It's a little known fact that "rural southern France" is one of my dream retirement locations, and the train ride did nothing ...
Nightlife in paris is the next thing that struck me as... well striking. My friends and I heard that Oberkampf was the center of nightlife, so on the first weekend, not knowing what to expect, I put on my very not club worthy clothing and went to see what the scene was like. It was different than I'd expected.
I guess what I expected was straight out of a Hollywood movie, like the scene from the Internship when all the nerds go to this crazy ...
... the language and I say nothing. Not being a particular art lover myself (and having been before) I decide we will skip Musee Louvre for today and buy the tickets online if we decide to come back. Scott also had visited in the previous couple of days so I text David to meet us across the road under the Arc de Triomphe Carousel.
Next stop Jardin de Tuileries. Being spring I was expecting there to be a lot of flowers in bloom but instead ...