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Travel Blogs from Paris
... and, Nutella crepes and gluevine.
There is something about how having a German sausage on a French breadstick which is delicious and satisfying.
I think we need to say no more about crepes and gluevine.
3. Roué de Paris
The last thing we did on this day we hit the roué de Paris which could also be called the Paris Eye. It was great to get a view of Paris which we had not had yet. This also gave us a different perspective from the view of ...
... After a 5
1/2 hour flight to Charlotte, NC I was feeling alright, got a few hours of
sleep on the plane. Next up was the almost 9 hour flight to Paris, France. I
did exactly what everyone else does when you're on a plane stuck in a chair for
that long, I watched movies and slept. Before long we were set to land at
Charles De ‘Gaulle airport, the largest airport in the worlddddd. After what
seemed like the ...
... paint. We saw where Hemingway had come to socialise. We learnt about french culture in terms of 'personal space', romance, flirting and the non-existence of 'dating', and 'absynth' or 'the Green Fairy' as it was called. We saw the Moulin Rouge, Sacré Couer Basilica, and Adrienne's favourites, the cafe and apartment and surrounds featured in one of her all time favourite films, Amélie. Adrienne ...
... sights and places around town. One thing for sure is it is totally no fun driving in Paris as the traffic is chaotic. But soon it would be our turn to drive in Paris. Lunch was at Saravanabhavan, kids had poori, idli and vada while we had south indian meals. Of course it was great and felt totally complete with coffee. Sanjukta met us at the hotel and got us some macroons and croissants to go and we were all set for the next stop ...
... the street, nearest to the toilet. He didn't get our humour and showed us to a table inside. Travis and I order expressos and Doug says he doesn't want anything but the Garson tells him he has to order something in here. So Doug orders a coke, which is a big mistake as it ends up costing him five euros where our espressos were only two euro fifty each. We then walk over to join the picnic. The group meet in the park and we have an awesome dinner prepared by ...