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Travel Blogs from Paris
... do some laundry, but which bottle is the laundry detergent. if all else fails resort to translate google. Lucky, because what I thought might be the bottle, turned out out to be floor cleaner. That could have been interesting.
Phil- I have found the french to be nice people, and happy to help with my very limited grasp of the language. The waiter was a prick, and I found it more amusing than an insult.
... impressive fellow. Reminds me of Shelley's sonnet 'Ozymandias' (aka Ramses II) that reminds us of the ravages of time upon the legacy of even the greatest of kings:
I met a traveller from an antique land
Who said: Two vast and trunkless legs of stone
Stand in the desert. Near them on the sand,
Half sunk, a shatter'd visage lies, whose frown
And wrinkled lip and sneer of cold command
Tell that its sculptor well ...
... appropriately themed Paris tunes (Ni**as in Paris and Parlez vous Francais). Also, the drivers/traffic in Paris is crazy. There's hardly any lines for lanes and people just basically do whatever.... Crazy. We saw on our drive: Magdalene church that was built by Napoleon with 52 columns for the weeks of the year, The square with the obelisk and two fountains where people used to get guillotined, the moulin rouge, the National Assembly, the Louvre, the beautiful ...
The sun was shining today. I woke up to it streaming through the curtains. Today we were going to wander in the streets of Paris! (Ok, not really wandering, we extensively mapped out our plans for today)
We were all geared up to have our breakfast be a croissant or two on the go (or 3, I’m a fatass when it comes to croissant) but then as we left our room we saw a ...
... to do. Actually just watching everyone trying to position themselves and get the perfect shot was entertaining! I avoided the above mentioned selfie and just stood and stared.....and realised I was standing in front of a very very famous painting. After A LOT more rooms, halls, paintings, sculptures, statues later.....we were done! We found our way across the street (avoiding the hawkers trying to sell miniature Eiffel towers) ...