Walking in Paris

27.05.2020
Walking in Paris

It's bitterly cold outside, but the sunrise is amazing! The sun is breaking through the dense trees, the cold is chilling to the bone, and I am a few hours away from Paris. I was conflicted-on the one hand, I wanted to go to Paris, and on the other, I had no intention of ever going to France. Nothing personal, but I was not attracted to this well-known country in any way.

But surprises are not chosen! And all this was arranged by my father, stating 4 hours before departure, where we are going. We are actually me, my sister, and my dad. I am, by the way, hardened by long and (thank you, Lord!) with frequent trips, I quickly Packed my bags, and during this time I managed to stock up on food and other necessary things for the three of us. So, I probably set a personal record that I don't want to challenge in the future.

Well, we're not far from Paris right now, freezing at the bus stop while the rest of the passengers are "airing out." Although it is cold, not many people sit on the bus, almost everyone meets the dawn. So romantic!

For about 8 hours we were at our first point - Concord square. An amazing place, I can tell you. I am very happy that my first acquaintance with the city happened here. This is the heart of Paris! As we drove to the square, winding through the many streets, I noticed how quiet it was on a Sunday morning. Even in my beloved Prague, it was not so quiet.

After we were dropped off, we, with our guide, went in search of adventure, in the literal sense of the word! Our guide was a white-haired, but quite energetic man who absolutely did not know Paris, as previously led tours in Giza! When we realized that we would not be able to go anywhere with him properly, since we were constantly winding through dark and dirty streets, armed with a map, we ran away. And for good reason! We walked around Paris until 7 PM, looked at the old castles on the Seine, walked wherever we wanted.

In the next 2 days, we visited the Louvre, Versailles, the Tuileries gardens, the defense district, which is so similar to new York. Of course, we visited the Boulevard Montmartre, went up to the Sacre Coeur Cathedral, which offers an incredible view of Paris, no worse than from the Eiffel tower. By the way, as for the Eiffel tower. I didn't go there, Oh, may the French forgive me! To be honest, from my point of view, I do not see any sense in this construction, in the relative cost of entry, absolutely no sense. Sometimes rusty, along the way being repaired under an inexhaustible flow of tourists, it did not cause any desire to climb this monstrous height! Yes, when you stand under it, it takes your breath away, but I'm afraid if I went a little higher, my darling would be far away and for a long time left me!

So, during these 3 days, I experienced a lot of emotions, both positive and not so much. I really enjoyed shopping in France, especially during my arrival - the period of summer discounts; I loved, just madly, the Louvre and the Tuileries gardens - so much peace that I want to stay forever! I really liked the French hot dogs that I just gorged on in Paris. There they are insanely delicious - from a Golden baguette, pink-cheeked, toasted sausage and grated cheese.

And I did not like the dirt, which is not strange, I note, for a capital of this level. I also expected (again, a stereotype!) there was a fashion show on the streets, but the Parisian women did not Shine with chic outfits, but looked like ordinary Europeans - comfortable jeans, dresses of a simple cut, etc. And a little confused by the abundance of African-Americans. Well, I wasn't ready for that much. Especially, it was awkward when they try to sell you something, especially copies of the Eiffel tower, when you have them at home in a rampart, because my father was in France before and brought them.

As a result, I want to say that everything is relative, and everything is for an Amateur (you can survive dirt!). If you love shopping and have a fairly "cute" amount in your wallet, then this is the place for you during the sales seasons. Well, if you are a romantic nature, then you will be attracted to small cafes, a yacht trip on the Seine at night. As for lovers of history and architecture, you will appreciate Versailles, and, of course, the Louvre.

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