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Our bus drivers are Italian, which at first seemed vaguely odd but soon seemed intensely silly, as we got lost on the way to the rehearsal hall. (Some members report that the drivers drove past the marker on their GPS maps, but thus is unconfirmed.) We got to see a few interesting back streets, and the French public had a great laugh at our expense.
Eventually, we arrived at our rehearsal venue at the Caserne de Rose, home ...
... which was quite a nice little Palace really. A little stroll back to the gardens and time for a well deserved, you guessed it, ice cream! The fountains then started up and we walked through all the private garden groves and found fantastic fountains hidden away, so nice. The mirror fountain worked together with music and was very entertaining. We ended the day waiting for the large ...
... Champs Elysees to Place de Le Concorde. We didn't get the chance to find out however as we were planning to ascend the Eiffel for a higher view. If it was spring and the trees and flowers were in bloom, I may have rexonsidered.
Please note that if you are planning to walk from the Louvre via the Tuileries, down Champs Elysees to the Arc de Triomphe, have a return strategy in place. We didn't, and we decided to endure the long walk back. It is a pretty fair ...
... Cathedral, Luxembourg Gardens, the Pantheon, Invalides and Saint Germain.
On our way to the bus stop, we took a detour into the Marais Sunday morning market which was predominantly food based. I grabbed some Euro and bought some scrumptious delicacies to nibble on for lunch. We sampled an Asian food traders goodies – his spring rolls and lemongrass chicken were to die for. The beef bourguignon from another trader was a little ...
Paris is awake before me again this morning, but this room is not Paris. Streets beyond are bustling as i drift in and out of consciousness. I am leaving for the Loire Valley at noon, but will not struggle to fit in some last sights, some last activity; four days was simply insufficient to see the essential Paris, just as my time in London was all too brief as well. It occurs to me that i've some borderline obsessive behavior that unveils itself in these solitary ...
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