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... Only very slightly calmer. I still very much want to hit someone.
We get on our flight to Paris. It is very quick. We arrive in Paris. I am still not happy. I think that Issy is not pleased that I am still in a bad mood and that I still want to hit someone. We start boarding our flight to Mauritius. She says that she is in seat 10G. She asks me what seat I'm in. I tell her 43A. She says 'good'. She is not happy with me. I am really in 10H. I think that maybe I ...
... 10am, but we made friends with 2 American couples and 2 hours later we were in the tunnels.
The tunnels are massive but visitors only get in 1.5KS of tunnels. The walls are just lined with thousands of bones. Weird to think that these all used to be people. The catacombs are very impressive just by how may bones are down there. But I think I prefered the Capuchin monk crypt ...
... call themselves here!) for a cheap (2.5 euros, cf. 5 or 6 euros elsewhere) Coke Light WITH ICE. Our final foray into the subway found rush hour in full force, so that boarding was truly a matter of shoving oneself into the crowd. Karen continues to get folks popping up to give her their seat! We returned to our hotel neighborhood, having an excellent pizza in a very tiny restaurant in the alley behind our hotel, followed by a yummy tarte tatin, or upside-down apple tart ...
... at all - in fact quite friendly and helpful ...although we must make mention of 'the look' if you do anything stupid like walk in the path of a bike while lining up a photo opportunity
2. Everyone says "bonjour" with great gusto on entering anywhere
3. Most French (in Paris anyway) speak English - but they do respond positively to our attempts to speak in French...even with an Australian accent...and the would always answer me in English
4. Berets are so not ...
... much more than I ever imagined. I guess that's why you take these trips, right? Now the real fun starts as we leave the central part of the city around 4 to give us plenty of time to reach the game in time for puck drop at 6:15. Overall, Google maps had told us a total journey of 1 hour... Oh, the trust we had in that tool...
Two subway trains later, we touch down in (this will ring in my friends' ears) BOBIGNY. One would figure at the terminus of ...