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Travel Blogs from Courbevoie
... on roller blades as i turn the corner, knee pads on her jean-clad legs, and holding a hockey stick. If Paris could continually throw such lovely and randomly cast extras into the background of my scenes here, i would surely appreciate it. I shake off the image, and take a metro down to St-Paul station and walk across Pont Marie to Île Saint-Louis, quickly passing the wealth of tourists strolling the streets of the small island and queueing for ice cream, until i ...
As much as I really wanted to see the Versailles fountains in full swing, I knew that it was not a realistic goal. as the fountains were staggered throughout the day, and the Apollo is one of the last ones to go, I would not have gotten out Versailles until 6:00. Add in the heat and the insane crowds that would be there, I decided against it. So we headed back to Paris, dropped our bags at the hotel and made for the Orsay Art Museum. All of the ...
... I decide to walk along the Seine to the Louvre. I was originally planning to walk around the Notre Dame area, but at the time I was there the walk seemed awfully uninspiring so I metro-ed to lunch. Now, though, walking along this stretch of the Seine is really nice. It's laced with ornate bridges, and the closer I get to the Louvre the more amazing the buildings I see get. The whole area is pretty awe-inspiring, full of palaces, parks, statues, gigantic ...
... I walked to the Jardins. Perhaps these young men have a diary...Friday, go out with mates for a glass of red; Saturday, attend riot. Sunday, take girlfriend to see movie...anyway at the plaza there was little sign of mayhem, a few bits of glass and a piece of metal on a patch of ground about two metres across....a few tokens to show a good night was had by all.
I had a bit of a walk around the gardens; there are some fountains there which would be spectacular ...
... Buffy was set on finding a Longchamp bag but the stores were all closed once we hiked to the fancy shops part of the city. We went to Laudree for macaroons, which I decided was a must but.......15 euro for 6 little cookies is insane! It was a cute store and I got 2 chocolate cookies. The lines were crazy at every store, people waiting to buy boxes and boxes of macaroons. We then went out for French onion soup and I had chicken at a bistro near our hotel. It was really authentic, ...
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