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... will have a splendid view of this beautiful city.
enjoy yourself cruising along the romantic River Seine
photo stop at Louvre Glass Pyramid will not be missed
down the Champs Elysees and view Arch de Triomphe
Proceed to Galleries Lafayette Departmental Store
shopping pleasure on branded goods. Dinner serve with a typical
French cuisine dinner with ...
... that runs late in the night.
The city roads reminded me of Mumbai, regaular roads with the odd tree lining the sidewalk. With mid-rise apartment buildings all around. Lots of 2 wheeler's zipping around, especially scooters. Which is a drastic change from the US.
It is said that, and I got the feeling from the cafe's late evening, that Paris has a great nightlife scene (that I din't have the time to explore this time around. Well, I'll be back !)
... itself is interesting because all of the mechanical systems are visible on the outside of the building. They are colour coded – blue for climate control, green for plumbing, etc. The escalators are also on an outside wall; we had a great view as we went to the top and had our first glimpse of the Eiffel Tower. We ended the day by treating ourselves to a delicious cake to celebrate Andrew's anniversaire.
... to kill - but on average, people appear dressed more smartly than in the US. You don’t see too many tshirts sporting school names, hoodies or sweatshirts. Its like everyone shops for their clothes at completely different places and takes a lot of trouble to look really well put together without appearing over-dressed. Coming to Paris in early spring, we expected to see a lot of scarves. I did some scarves, but they weren’t the piece of ...
... espresso machine. It is strong, and people drink it straight, and dark from small cups.
A post lunch gathering happens after lunch at about 1:00, but for the most part the break room is dead until evening when a group of regulars in to hit the fooseball table.
Most folks go for lunch between 12:00 and 1:00 just like the US office, but with one difference: No one eats at their desk. Everyone either goes out to eat or if they ...