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... people are crazy about fashion and the events that take place for the same.
The day I visited Eiffel Tower, there was a big event for the celebration of their national day - Bastille day with fireworks and lots and lots of crowd. I thought it was time to visit the most acclaimed Moulin Rouge which everyone has been talking about. This is one of a kind show where you will be left with awe-inspiring performances for the dancers. Its ...
... with French like me.
Finally, after dinner we went back to the hotel to get ready for bed because we all had to catch trains in the early morning. Plus I still had to purchase my train ticket because I never bought one yet! I purchased the earliest train out of Paris at 8am to get back to Nancy around 9:50am. Hopefully, I can get back to my apartment at a reasonable time to finish my group project that’s due tomorrow for E-Business. ...
The day started yet again with (yep, you've guessed it) me waking up at 5:00am. As I had nothing to do I decided to prepare my family's tea and breakfast. We weren't going to go to Le Chat Bossu (aw) so we were going to have some supermarket croissants as a substitute for our breakfast. After getting all ready and showered, I heard that we were going to go to Monet's Garden. I was quite excited as I have always wanted ...
... Giscourt Margaux 2006....which they did have for 25Euros a glass. I had worked out what was going on, they were gradually trying to empty all of their bottles in their Enomatic machines...probably to remove them, so the wines were selling cheapest first, then next dearest and so on until the only wine left would be the outrageously expensive - 70Euros a glass.
By the way, the Gisgourt was excellent, best red I have had on this trip by far.....perhaps ...
... reading, watching children play, talking. Just another example of the relaxed traditional culture of Paris, not a bad idea to step aside from our busyness for awhile.
Discovered there is a "Grand Axis" at least 8 km, from the Louvre to La Defense, along which notable sculptures such as the Arc de Triomphe are placed. Symmetry was somewhat of an obsession in early Paris, but it is impressive here. We walked to the halfway point, the Place de la Concorde ...