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Saying goodbye Europe

Saying goodbye Europe
Paris, our final destination. Because there’s no upcoming hitchhiking trip, the tension between PJ and me is all gone. I have a friend here, so the last night we spend in his place, drinking wine and using his computer to look at pictures we’ve taken during our month in Europe.
 
Today, PJ went to do some shopping and we've promised each other go out have dinner tonight.

Our final destination. Because there’s no upcoming hitchhiking trip, the tension between PJ and me is all gone. I have a friend here, so we spend the last night in his place, drinking wine and using his computer to look at pictures we’ve taken during our month in Europe.

Today, PJ went to do some shopping and we've promised each other to go out have dinner tonight. Before she returns, I'm planning to explore the vicinity of our hotel. We've chosen to stay in the place called Vol de nuit, according to the Exupery's book. It's situated in the Parisien suburb so you need to use bus and subway, respectively, to the city center. But I'm rather glad for that because, after Budapest and Prague, I'm fed up with overcrowded places. The suburb is quite and you can enjoy watching the real Parisien life. And if you feel like seeing the Eifel's tower, nobody is stopping you and it takes just half an hour, using the public transportation. Paris

By the way. what I find neat about Paris is the way they clean streets here. As it would take forever to clean all the streets, the only thing they do is to open stand pipes in the streets and let water to do the job. So if you ever walk along the streets near the Quartier latin and wonder why there's water on the streets, do not worry. That is just the old lady Paris, trying to preserve her beauty.

It has been a great month and I'd like to thank all of you for your support, either via this web site, via e-mail or messages. Thank you, guys. We're looking forward seeing all of you in a few days. How about having a milk shake in the Epic CafĂ©?
  
Going home tomorrow morning.  
 
Posted by Abigail Woodwarth on 7/5/2008 9:56:04 PM
Filed under: bus, France, subway


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