Premiere Classe Le Blanc Mesnil
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Hang on a minute. I forget what the story was so far. Oh yes. So while Emily is out getting her hair cut and I am trying to tell my feet that, yes, we can do it all again... Inspiration struck. They have taxis in Paris. Wow. Now THAT'S a great idea. So as Emily walks through the door with all the picnic food and a great haircut, I just casually mention that I think we'll take a taxi to the Champ de Mars tonight. She thought it was inspirational ...
... us in the boat as we traversed the locks. We passed by the Hôtel du Nord made famous by the Marcel Carné film. Towards the end of the ride, we passed the Rotonde de la Villette, one of the original tax houses/trading ports in Paris. The last major sight was a large park, Parc de la Villette, where there is the City of Sciences, The Géode (a beautiful sphere), and ...
... rush hour traffic was bad in Austin, but the traffic here is WAY worse!! Motorcycles weaving in and out of traffic on either side of you, people honking and getting out of their cars yelling, and no one stays in their lane or uses their blinker or obeys traffic signs for that matter. Everyone here drives like a hormonal teenager" (end rant)
I was almost in tears multiple times yesterday, so looking back, maybe I was just having a rough day. But ...
... amp; funerals - I hope not all 3 in one day.
Vélib’ is a large-scale public bicycle sharing system in Paris, France.
Launched on 15 July 007, the system encompasses around 14,000 bicycles and 1,230 bicycle stations located across Paris, with an average daily ridership of 85,811 in 2011.
People are trying to replicate the scheme in New Zealand.
Bibliothèque nationale de ...
... archway. It is 110 m high, 106 m wide and contains 35 floors of office space in the two sides. A structure called 'The Cloud' spans the inside of the Grande Arche and this was added to the arch after it was built to reduce wind resistance. It is another impressive monument and is the third arch along the Axe Historique. Tomorrow we are leaving Paris to head for Germany on our way to the Romantic Road. So when I type my next blog it will be au revoir Paris and guten tag ...