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... and of itself. For one, I discovered that if you want breakfast in my neighborhood it’s a measly 3.50€ but if you want the same breakfast close to the Arc de Triumphe it is suddenly worth 17€. I couldn’t help but laugh. The store fronts were lots of fun to look at and I wasn’t accosted by too many people asking for money. I did venture back into a mall I couldn’t really see was there in order to get some tissue for my still ...
... soaring to new heights! Today we schlepped out to Versailles where we were confronted by literally thousands of people in a queue to buy tickets! Instead we went to the gardens with our new friends Tommy (from US) & Danny (from Madrid). Beautiful but very very hot. We've mastered the metro and trains - managed both with changes without getting lost. We're off to Le Comptoir tonight for dinner, a recommendation from our cruise friends and luckily happens to be around the ...
... to try. Tonight's Italian meal was delicious. Has anyone ever been disappointed with a meal in Paris? After dinner, we meandered through the small, cobblestone streets enjoying the lights, and window looking as we navigated the oncoming pedestrians. There doesn't seem to be any walking norms (left/right sides) plus the sidewalks and streets are quite narrow. Occasionally a pedestrian must step into the street to accommodate/negotiate an oncoming group or individual. Before ...
... was tired most of the day, he was a nice guy. The Australian's were very friendly and Marie was great. We all got on the metro together and left each other.
Another great day in Paris!
Henri IV was the king of France from 1589 to 1610, right up until he went and got himself assassinated in broad daylight in the middle of Paris, in the bustling neighborhood known as Les Halles. A guy named François Ravaillac
ran up to Henri's ...
... Dame, Place de la Concord, Arc de Triomphe and the Eiffel Tower. It's a nice way to see the city stress free. We enjoyed it as we had gone inside both Le Louvre and Notre Dame last trip, so it was a great way to get our bearings.
The traffic was amazing. It seemed the entire city is in permanent gridlock. Getting around the Place de la Concord - No thanks!!
In the afternoon we did the Yellow Route. ...