Your expression in the top photo is perfectly unamused. Why are you afraid of getting on that carousel though? From personal experience, it was a lovely ride!
Hi William. The carousel was pretty empty, and I didn't want to be the "strange childless adult on the carousel". Did you ride the upstairs?
Yeah it was just me and my b/f upstairs on the carousel. No one else on board. Mostly we took photos and videos and almost forgot to enjoy the actual ride.
I must have seen the same carousel as you. Why do you say the encounters in Paris leaves a bitter taste? I must say that I sort of understand that sentence.Love the photography!
Thank you m. Did you ride the carousel? This is the one at the base of Sacre Coeur. I think this trip in particular was tough (very short time in paris, and lots of traveling time). I was pretty exhausted as I was leaving, and felt that the whole trip was (almost) not worth the trouble. Now that I've had some time (and rest) it was a good trip, and I'd happily go bad and do it all over again!
I didn't ride it, merely took a picture (http://www.flickr.com/photos/twentyfivecents/5000357308/) and marvelled from a few steps away.My trip to Paris wasn't my idea, more of my friends' but all in all, it had gorgeous museums and funny parks :) I totally get when you're tired and even if there're things to see.. you have no mood right?
I'm the opposite, I never liked the myth of Paris until I visited. And I find Parisians charming! And yes to baguette, and all sorts of bread, for dinner.
Oh, Little Nutbrown Hare, I tried to love Paris!I will give it another try, this time with a very good food dictionary and a little practice with the language!
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