How I came to work on a boat by the Eiffel Tower... in the 1970s
My Dad worked on Paris peniche, moored on the Seine, in 1976.
I didn't know much about the story, so asked him how it came to be.
His tale included hitch-hiking, thievery, a police station in Arles, and finally a boat in Paris.
Here it is in full :)
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