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... rained cats , dogs and an occasional polar bear. WOW! Gail was on the outside, and half of her was soaked, me? I was pretty dry, but still chilly. We knew if we went back to the Cathedral area we could walk back down the little crooked streets and do better weather wise, so we had another hit at that wonderful place, had more tea, chai this time, got a bit dry and then walked home. It is very clear to this girl that the folks who made the most money today were ...
... my pockets immediately. He keeps walking but turns back a few seconds later to say he is hungry and needs a sandwich for which he needs 70 euros (about $100). I gave him 5 euros...he looked very disappointed. We were suspicious and learned later he spends all day working the area. Wish I had my 5 euros back ...
... night of beautiful and comfortable sleep! PS I might be in a food coma
Also I rode on my cousins motorcycle tonight (sorry dad) because he doesn't have a car right now, and that was quite an exhilarating experience!! Guess I can check that one off my bucket list!
1. Shree Ram Jai Ram Jai Jai Ram OM
(Glory to the mother of abundance, freedom)
2. OM Dakini Namaha (I activate my stability honoring Mother ...
... So to start the day an expresso at the corner cafe,tick, and a wander up and around Anvers in the 9th arrondesment, engage in some tourist shopping, well if you can't blend in you may as well join em! Love the metro it's so effective in connecting you all over Paris though I am not liking the stairs. I know Montmartre is hilly but the metro must have built by welsh tin miners and the French have yet to discover the absolute necessity of escalators or lifts on most ...
... driver ever! We had a great conversation, so that actually made me happy that I ended up having to take a cab. When we got there, I had to run to my platform, but more like waddle-run because I was carrying my heavy bag. When I was finally right in front of the train, my French cell phone fell out of my pocket, and the world halted to slow motion as I watched it skid about 15 feet in front of me, and ever so slowly skid right under the train. So then I had a 10 second mental ...