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... when I arrived at the big thumb, literally an eight-foot tall golden, statue of a thumbs-up, there were several taxis. None of them had a sign for: “Lost Anglophone”.
I ended up sharing a taxi with a two other women. By that time I was so tired if I was speaking French or not I could hardly move my mouth and didn’t care. 20 euros got me home just past 3am to my very worried host mom.
I will never repeat ...
... produit anti-moustique / les lunettes de soleil pour nos petites peaux fragiles
faites nous signe si on a oublié qq chose :-) (pendant qu'il est encore temps!)
Valises terminées. On n'a rien oublié (pour l'instant :p).
Dodo --> Métro --> El Paso
... toilets around either and so, while I didn't find Paris dirty like some of my friends have, I kept getting whiffs of urine, which I'm sure would be less common if toilets were more accessible. So for me, the smell of paris is Eau de Toillete, literally.
While walking the Champ Elysses towards Arc de Triomph, we got a bit desperate for a toilet, and managed to sneak into McDonalds, but the next day at another McDonalds, they had a security guard policing the toilets. I'm sure ...
... We've met a few interesting people so far, including a large group of Gypsies yelling at eachother and gesticulatiing wildly with their petitions for benifits because they were deaf and dumb. When they asked me to sign them later, i was disinclined to aquest their request. The food here is good, including the fallafel, which i had never had before. ...
... information for the following day. We wanted to try to make it out to Versaille in the morning since we didn’t get there last week and we thought out flight was at 7pm, giving us more than enough time. Good thing we double checked, because our flight was scheduled for 3:45pm! That’s could’ve been disastrous. We’re devastated that we didn’t make it out to Versaille, but are now turning our sights toward our next stop: ...