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Location: Paris, France

Comment by Joan and Bruce on December 15, 2009 at 8:46pm
Well done Bill. The videographer was steady as a rock--assume it was El! I want to know why we didn't see your usual "sweet""stops?

Seriously, a good reminder that taking the bus provides a more visual experience, and is somewhat less hectic.

This year we had an extra day in Zurich. We took some tram lines to the end of lines, and discovered some very interesting areas, and neighborhood cafes.
Comment by Bill Kover on December 15, 2009 at 9:12pm
That wasn't my video. I found it on YouTube. We will try to use the wheelchair more often this trip (too many steps = stress fracture for Eleanor in 2008). All the buses are wheelchair accessible. If I get up enough nerve I will video the complete bus experience.....what exactly do you do when you get on the bus? Where do you stick your ticket? Nobody seems to cover that topic. That's important if you are getting on a Paris bus for the first time in your life with a wheelchair, and you don't want to seem like a fool.
Comment by Barry J. Branagan on December 23, 2009 at 10:31am
I found that the ability to read a map and going from plaza to plaza, was the easiest way to get around Rome as well as Paris.There are central bus areas where several bus lines meet. It is really no different than taking a road trip and going from one interstate to another ,only in this case, the bus line is the interstate and the trip is on a smaller scale. Also, I always bring a compass, Barry and Patty Branagan


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