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Kerouac randomly goes nowhere in Paris

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Actually, I have to admit that I sort of had a goal on my latest wanderings. I wanted to follow the T3 tramway line from its starting point along the Seine in the 15th arrondissement, through the 14th, through the 13th, through the 12th, through the 20th, through the 19th, etc.... The only problem is that that the T3 has only been completed as far as Chinatown and all of the rest is an endless construction zone, which won't be finished until next year.

Also, it goes through not one single area that has ever been identified as touristy in any guidebook. Do you think that would stop me? Of course not.

I figured that I might see a few interesting things along the way anyway, and if not, at least I have done it so that you won't have to.

If you would like to see some of the stuff I saw, the trip starts here: http://tinyurl.com/tramwayT3

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