What do you do when it's the end of the year, and you
find yourself a few thousand miles short of the Executive Premier United
Frequent Flier status? Well, you decide that if you can find a
reasonable fare to Europe, you'll go for the weekend.
A typical street in Paris. However, this one is a bit
special as it houses a McDonald's restaurant on the corner not
visible on the right.
Subway stations in Paris have
character. Sometimes shady characters, sometimes hysterical
characters, and other times ceramic ones.
Here are a few attractions I saw in my mere 18-20 waking hours in
Paris. (Sacred Heart, Louvre, a famous street with a name I can't
recall right now, and Notre Dame)
The Eiffel Tower from the other side of the Seine, from the
ladies' room at the top, and from underneath.