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I awake slowly some four hours later, daylight streaming through the window. It takes me a few moments to acclimate to consciousness and realize that the rhythms and silly singalong lyrics of The Tom Tom Club's classic 'Wordy Rappinghood' are not, in fact, broadcasting from dreamland, but rather from last night's dance party that has apparently lasted the whole night through. I smile as i think about how terribly this nonsense title would sound filtered through the thick parisian ...
... to the park in which the memorial resides. Interesting! The rain slacked off a bit so we made a dash for it but just got to a big umbrella when the skies let go again! We stayed there until the attendant got the key to let us out! Ah, the Lovers' Bridge! Couples pledge their devotion with a padlock attached to this bridge. There are thousands! We headed for a cafe to sit out the storm. The first one we found was ridiculously expensive so we ...
... special community amongst motorcyclists. Everybody greets one another and is very open. At around 8.30, I arrived in Paris. People have warned me about driving in Paris, but that was really no problem whatsoever. When I arrived, my friend Maël met me, I dropped my stuff at her place and and we went out for oysters, wine and a few drinks, great night! Distance traveled: 560 km Distance so far: 2160 ...
... photos as her camera had been pick-pocketed and she had lost the photos she had taken the day before. There was no dice, so she went away.
Sainte-Chapelle is a 13th century church over two floors but not a very large area in comparison with Notre Dame. The most spectacular thing about it is the stained glass windows. They are utterly amazing. There were 15 huge stained glass windows on the ...
... and stunning views in every direction! We hopped off at the Louvre and were completely blown away by the enormity of the buildings and grounds. First Griswald moment...museum not open on Tuesdays! Back on the boat for another different view of the Eiffel Tower. Kept going a bit further then got off again at Musee d'Orsay. Queues a mile long and all ready for lunch, so gave it a miss, pondering whether we would be the only Paris tourists ever to ...
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