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... suitcase store I saw a pretty cool street performance – A young guy doing a heap of tricks with a soccer ball. I have certainly seen videos of better but he was pretty good, and very entertaining. Have some video of it.
Had an easy night back at the flat – Didn’t go out for anything to eat, and just had a very snacky dinner of cheese, cold meats, bread, etc… and another of the delicious Flammekeuche (have to hunt down more before we ...
This is day 3 of my holiday in Paris, France.
Today, I woke up feeling nice and fresh, ready to venture. I woke up this morning at 8:30AM. Today I planned to have breakfast, get changed and walk to the museum.
I decided to have a pretty light breakfast. I wasn't that hungry so I just decided to make a few bits of toast and a small bowl of cereal. Whilst I was eating my breakfast, my phone rang. It ...
Several people stayed overnight after the party, as the national rail service is on strike and there are limited train services. The musician was one of them and my friend drove us to the train station so we could head to Paris. He was originally from eastern Africa and he helped me buy some subway tickets and then gave me some advice on staying safe.
I took the subway over to the Montmartre neighborhood and ...
... and one can feel quite diminished by this. I feel that is what gives Paris
this special feel. It feels uplifting, which is why, I feel that so many people
love the place. The grandeur of the buildings puts joy into the spirit.
Tomorrow, we are going to Rouen, to visit an old school
friend of mine and her French husband, who is another artist.
I’ll tell you about them tomorrow.
... out on the grassy lawn of the Champ de Mars and looked up at the lights of the tower; we also watched the cheerfully lit helicopter drone buzzing around and underneath the Eiffel Tower, piloted remotely by a guy standing about twenty feet away. I reflected that someone piloting a drone that distance from the Statue of Liberty in the States would probably not enjoy his constitutional liberties for long as I stared around at all the people camped out on the ...