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... you have to hang on to something with two hands preferabbly or you would fall over. In fact even sitting you have to hold on at times as it launches off from a station, screams around corners or pulls abrubtly to a stop. Its like a bit of a work out just riding them - along with the stairs in the subway, I likened it to a rough day at sea on a small boat, to the conclusion of when you are on solid ground once again you need to gain your land ...
... time (which was like, 10 at night) we were excited to try a place that people were raving about on yelp. It lived up to the hype. We were placed in this small place with like, five tables and the kitchen right near the dining area. The food was unreal. I had grilled goat cheese and honey to start and Jon had these delicious prawns. Then, I had cod in a tomato sauce that was to die for. Also the risotto was awesome here too. Jon had veal which he totally seemed to love, and ...
... away just a taste, people eating late night dinners, and the many brassieres with patio seating were starting to fill up. What more of a French experience than to sit in an outwardly facing brassiere, people watch, and soak in the passing of the many people. Keller and I decided to do just that! We both ordered a drink and leaned back into our Parisan chairs to take in our surroundings and finish off our full first day of Paris sightseeing.
France 18th - 22nd May 2013
Paris, Paris, where do I start? I love Paris! Yes I've been converted like most probably every other visitor to Paris. Paris has cast it's spell over me, I have felt and seen the magic charm the city knocks you over with.
Okay so lets rewind to my arrival in Paris. I was coming into France, of course at the great speeds of 313km/hr or so, when I noticed the difference between the German country side and the French country side, ...
... interesting, with the streets looking three times as crowded as any other.
There is one high-rise building outside of the main business district that looks awful amongst the pretty, short buildings around it. It does not fit in with the architecture of old Paris, and sticks out like a sore thumb. Apparently, the locals agree with us, and when it was built it was met with much chagrin.
Apart from the one building, the views are really amazing. ...
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