Ibis Paris Porte Clichy Centre
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... a very dirty plane except with no seat belts. We went through an underwater tunnel between England and France. When we arrived at Paris it was not like what I was expecting. There was lots of spray painted grafiti on the buildings and and there were dirty streets. We went to our apartment by taxi and I realised that in Paris people drive on the opposite side of the road and their steering wheel is on the left hand side of the ...
... impossible to explain it all!
Okay so I almost didn't get to go to Paris. Me being... me, I made the train by the skin of my teeth. It was such an adventure though! So I had class until noon and my train was at 1:15, so I thought, I have oodles of time in between class and my train! Not so. I ended up having to call a cab to my friends apartment where I was having lunch, with 15 minutes before my train left. So I told the cab driver my dilemma, and he ended up being the ...
... it was more interesting to see the mob scene around the painting than the painting itself. We stayed at the museum until about 5:30 and were quite exhausted by the end of it. Whenever we looked outside it was pouring, so we were glad we were inside. We estimate we saw maybe two thirds of the galleries. We had a great day there and found the Egyptian antiquities ...
... Notre Dame more museums etc. Just love all the beautiful architecture! Had a dinner of steak & frites in a cosy restaurant in Montmartre - such a cool area, reminding me of Surry Hills and finished the night off at the Moulin Rouge drinking champagne sitting next to couple of Aussies, one of whom was called Sherrin and used the words 'fair dinkum' in the first 2 minutes ...
... belief of France's motto: Liberte, equality, fraternity. Liberty, equality, brotherhood.
I took tons of great pics with my fantastic camera then the Americans invited me to walk with them through the city as the thousands of people streamed out of the Champs. We walked along the Seine river, which glittered beautifully at night, and eventually parted at the metro station. I headed home weary but happy, with fireworks bursting in my dreams. Vive la ...