The sparkling Eiffel Tower, babyczka!
Trip Start Nov 24, 2006
44Trip End Jun 28, 2008
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Hanna has Polish parents however she was born in Canada, so in fact she is English native speaker (she has very good Polish though). She started talking to me in English, so I automatically changed my thoughts to English, click-click. She was telling me about her trip to Malaga and how she made her neighbours pissed off, as she ran with her heavy suitcase (it included 5 bottles of wine), 6 floors on wooden stairs. She made me hard laugh and I didn`t even notice that we already were about her appartment. Because of situation before Malaga, we had to act really sane and carry my exactly 20-kg luggage 6 floors up as quietly as possible
From the other side of the tower me and Hanna saw a few probably Japanese people (their digital equipment was saying that) and a couple of a woman and a guy taking pictures of them. We were looking at them for a little while when suddenly the guy asked whether we wanted a pic of us, too. Hanna was like"If u don`t escape with our camera, why not?" The guy was pretty funny, and like a really good photographer. He lied down on the floor to get the Eiffel Tower with us, and was telling us how to pose. We started talking and found out they were Americans from Detroit, Michigan. We had a chat for a little while and then said "goodbye" to each other. They guy and girl were really nice, however me and Hanna didn`t know what was the relationship between them. A couple, brother and sister, just friends, cousins?? We thought we would never found out as we didn`t think we would ever meet them again, until the next day...
We and Hanna got home just before 1 a.m. and we went to beds almost straight away. We were supposed to have a long Saturday.