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... the shower was cold which didn’t make me feel any better. I could hardly eat any breakfast but I took a
couple of croissants to eat later in the day when I felt a bit better. Got to
stretch funds any chance I get.
I took the open top tour bus. No one else had been on it or wanted to join
me, it was too expensive but my Aunty Jean had bought the ticket for me in
Canada – Thanks Aunty Jean! I sat ...
... Paris. After the church we went and sat on the steps to eat a sandwhich. We then wandered the grounds and listented to more facts, before leaving. The castle looked like it was from a childrens story book.
We hoped back on the Metro and Tara picked us up.
We went home and visited with Tara, Charlie and Greg. Greg ordered dessert a couple days ago from the same company that owners the chocolate shop we visited days ago. Kouign Amann from Brittany. AMAZING!!!!!
... sauce section to see if they still sold my favorite sauce, and there it was: Ricotta pesto with walnuts. I grabbed a jar and headed for the yogurt. Again, I was fascinated by the vast array of Activia Yogurt flavors. There were prune, rhubarb, mixed berry, and fig flavored yogurts to name a few. I grabbed the fig flavored yogurts and went inside a McDonald's. I bought some sliced apples and dipped them in the yogurt. It was a delicious, light snack. I somehow still ...
... the large checked luggage to make sure each piece is not more than 50 lbs (23 kgs) We’re off to the airport, with prayers from our supporters for safety and for Erick’s sickness. We are hopeful that the fevers don’t come back in too much force while we are on the plane. Erick is taking his medicine faithfully!
The flight to Johannesburg is uneventful and ...
... who was a saleswoman at the House of Cheruit, Hers was a family steeped in fashion; from her mother's needle to her job at Cheruit, and her sister's who worked at Worth.
Alice's chic wardrobe survives and is the subject of an exposition at the Carnavalet Museum. Not only are dresses from her wardrobe on view, but also sample book pages from the fashion ...