Paris has the second oldest subway system in the world and is the second most heavily trafficked, carrying more than 4.5 million people on a daily basis.
I'm glad hubby knew what he was doing because it was all very confusing to me; but I must say, I was very impressed with how the whole system worked like clockwork.
This mural found on a wall of the metro in the Bastille area depicts a reproduction of one of the illustrations published in French newspapers during the Revolution.
There was even entertainment in some of the tunnels, from musicians to singers. It was like a mini concert every time we walked through.
While others chose to see Paris by bus.
Or by boat.
We chose to walk...
and walk ...
Something we don't get to do during summers in Kuwait.
Our first day back to school went well. I was busy so the day passed really fast. The kids are happy with their classes (for the most part) and were happy to see all their friends again.
For those celebrating Labor Day, I hope you had a great 3-day weekend. Best wishes to all for the remainder of the week. Friendship blessings, Tammy