Jet lag is what some people feel in the USA when experiencing Daylight Savings Time. You either gain or lose an hour of sleep, depending on if it is March or November. You try to adjust, and sometimes it takes longer than it should.
Those of us who have traveled across time zones know jet lag. Jet lag will be fun with arrival to Paris, France at 8:30 am, but me like 2:30 am. Janis, my newly made roommate, declared that since both of us will be super tired, we can learn the lay of the land around our apartment.
This first day is of learning where the rumored gourmet frozen food market, best ice cream shop, and general markets are located. These are near our apartment...as is the Seine. If you would like a better idea of what the leisurely recovery day will be, check out card #7 from City Walks: Paris, Revised Edition: 50 Adventures on Foot.
The deck has 50 walks around Paris, France. Think there are enough adventures for four weeks there? What guides do you suggest?
Save the date! You are invited to share more art on Saturday, August 20th, at the Children's Gallery and Art Center!
Remember, too, to explore Paris, France with me during my Fridays in France posts which began Friday, May 6th. Interested in original art from Paris? Check out my Send Paris to You Project!
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