Hotel Le Quartier Bastille, Le Faubourg Paris
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On the site we found a man in Celtic costume who was there to demonstrate aspects of La Tène life. He spoke no English, and what little German I have did not make much conversation possible. He did understand when I asked if I could take a foto.
We finished up about 2:00 pm and began the last part of our European road trip, back to Paris, about ...
... men indicated to me to move away from them. I didn't think much of it, but as I tried to move back over to Greg they just stood there. Then another man said to hold my bag and another started to say quite loudly 'Pickpockets'. I eventually moved over to Greg with nothing happening but then realised that at the next stop they could have grabbed at my bag and left as it was on the side where the door opened. An interesting experience, and ...
... I saw the real Paris. Along each side there were tourists and locals lined along the river walking, lazing, sunbaking (down to their bathers as if at the beach and it was warm with blue sky. Yeah!) and just enjoying the beauty of Paris. After a full day in such a small part of Paris, we jumped back on the now sardined metro back to our apartment (it was 5pm and Paris had woken up). I hadn't decided until trudging up the spiral staircase to the 5th floor, if ...
... as we approached Paris.
At the Paris Gare Du Nord train station, we got off and found my uncle Ananh waiting for me. I hadn’t seen him in over 20 years, which was the last time I had been to Paris. But he looked a lot like my father back then, and he looked just as much like my father now. He even has the same walk! My uncle led us down to the Metro station and supplied us with the tickets to get us on ...
... But an adventure for sure. On our way we stopped at a bakery and had some cheese-filled baguettes. They were so amazing. Then we went to Notre Dame. Amazing building. It was a 2 hour wait to get in, so we didn't go in. But such nice architecture. Next stop was the Musee du Louvre - The art museum that holds over 10,000,000 pieces of art, including the Mona Lisa. Beforehand though, we grabbed a pad lock from a street vendor and then signed our names on it. We ...
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