All Seasons Paris Gare de l'Est Chateau Landon
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... man, (who was clearly gay), dressed very fashionably, and carrying a bouquet of orange roses. The bouquet contrasted everything about the metro, the underground atmosphere of the city, and even my mood. I needed to take a picture of it, to capture its beauty for that moment, so different than what it could have been.
Last week or so, Danielle and I were walking to the metro after class and we noticed for the first time, that the large, ...
... calling it a donation). If they can get close enough, they'll try to pick your pockets as well while you're distracted. Good thing I read about these scams beforehand because I've heard they're quite successful at tricking people. I managed to make my way to the Ile de la Cite, the site of the first settlement in the area. I crossed the Pont Neuf and walked a bit before finally arriving at Notre Dame Cathedral on the east end of the island. It's imposing Gothic facade greets you, ...
C'est avec beaucoup moins de tristesse qu’à Claviers que nous passons notre dernière journée à Paris! En une semaine, on a dû dépenser autant que trois semaines en Provence. À cinq euros l’Orangina, on se demande pourquoi…
Aujourd’hui, au diable les catacombes et les millions de touristes qui font la queue sous terre; au diable également le Musée d’Orsay et la boxe avec les Japonais; il fait beau, on en profite avant ...
... back to the hotel and had a delicious dinner of duck with creme brulee for dessert.
Said a sad farewell to Margaret who gave me this poem:
I'm as free as the breeze
What's to stop me and why
I can live as I please
Open Road, Open Sky
I googled it and it's a song by John Charles Thomas.
Thanks Margaret - it has been lovely travelling with you!
... people trying to get you to sign some petition or other (not sure what they do with that, maybe pick your pockets while you are signing?), and the rose seller who thrusts a rose into your hand before asking you for money (we were wise to that though, we put our hands straight up in the air and kept walking!).
Paris: queues, tourists and scammers... but still, somehow, romantic, beautiful and magical.