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I feel like I've been a bad person recently, not updating the blog, waking up late, being lazy even though I'm in Paris. I'm sorry. Yesterday we woke up around normal time and I made omelette for breakfast and saw how long it would take Nim to wake up of her own volition. After that we got ready to leave; today we were going to Notre dam. We arrived in the area and went to this English language bookstore across the road from the cathedral. Like almost everything ...
... Say what? No way. Seems the French don't care much for Eurail passes nor the people who use them. So they restrict them by requiring a reservation (usually made weeks in advance) and a serious up-charge. We spoke to a nice lady in the train station window and explained that we wanted to take the slow train to Paris, not wanting to pay the extra money. We told her we saw one that left at 7:55 am. She had never heard of such a ...
... well have gone to the church round the corner and saved the 30 minute walk as the only bits that were not in French were a translation of the greeting and a short prayer during the Eucharistic Prayer. We had to stand during the service in the side aisle of the nave but here was a telecast onto TVs in the aisle which we could see. It was annoying that they did not close the doors and let more people in all through Mass even though there was a ...
... clinic a block away and speaking in my best French possible to the most angry and unhappy Parisian we have met thus far, we left feeling discouraged and thirsty. So, what might two fun ladies on vacation in Paris do even if one is not feeling well? Find a café, order some wine and people watch! The bistro was Bistro Dupleix and located in the 15e arrondissement. While I continued to order my usual of the 25cl of Cotes du Rhône, my ill bride ordered the normal ...
... coffee soon arrive. Our porter makes our bunks into seats and we have a boxed breakfast and polish off the last of Gisela's packed food.
Is the worst over, oh no not yet. Now we face the challenge of changing train stations in Paris, and as our Night Train is late arriving we have only an hour to do this. We ask the porter about the station and he assures us this is easy and everything is well marked. Not so. We could not find ...
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