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... to speak a couple of words of French, most French citiizens (not all) responded with a smile and an offer to assist. In a nutshell, we loved the city and hope we can spend time traipsing about Paris in the future.
With over 20 miles of hiking and hours of standing in museums during the past two days, we needed a vacation. Our next day would start that vacation with a train ride to ...
It is not difficult to see why so many people love Paris. It is a city with something for everyone, including me, lover of nature and all things wild. From a website about France, "There’s even a wonderful expression that when translated from French doesn’t have the same panache, yet explains why we love the country so. France has a je sais ne quoi, a certain wonder, a certain something we just can’t put our finger on." For me, this is true, ...
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We spent some time looking at other paintings in that area and then headed to see if we could find ‘Venus de Milo’. It seemed like we were walking in circles a lot during our visit… often against the tide of traffic leaving us wondering if we had missed some instruction about the ‘way’ to move around the gallery. We found the statue, again crowded, but a couple of happy snaps & ...
... 3pm on a Friday afternoon of a holiday weekend to depart Paris, can I just say, not to be recommended... Anyway after a very slow start we are off and running in the fast lane at 130 km per hour and on the wrong side of the road..... I may leave my driving until we get off the motorway...because of our late start we make it as far as Beaune by 7.30pm, so it's a good place to stop for the night, as luck would have it we fluke a ...
... appreciate anything you do for them unless you try. You just hope that they appreciate it". This is so true, and one of the reasons I continue teaching. Now it is quite evident that I appreciate the things she did for me several years later. She inspired me to revisit these places and write about them months after the fact. Only this time I did not feel the need to go to the museums. I just wanted to enjoy the daily life.
To end the night, I stopped by the ...