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Sorry for this hiccup. For those of you who have already read this blog entry ignore. To those who haven't please continue.
I went into it to 'edit' it and it turned into a 'draft' so hence the reason I have had to publish it again.....moral of the story is, don't stress over your typing errors!!
Back again to say goodbye!
First to Carmen and then my turn.
All good things must come to an end I know but not something I am looking forward to.
... pizza and you could actually see the chunks of different cheese- the taste was phenomenal.
We didn't pay to go inside of anything and only looked from the outside and I am not in the least bit regretful about this. I am happy with the time and adventure that I had. We saw what Paris had to offer for free and were ecstatic at what we received.
Here is to hoping that all of our adventures are as beautiful and memorable as this.
... the reception and informed that we'd be checking out the next day. With 6 hours of sleep in the last 48 hours (and something like 10 hours sleep in the last 72 hours),the stress of whether we made the right choice on the apartment and the fast pace of the last few days all finally caught up. I was completely blitzed and I passed out into a deep slumber.
We had plenty of time to get to Marseille. Loads in fact. But we didn't count on the impossible Google directions to return the car. We dropped Doreen and Bronte off at the station with all the luggage, then got back in the car to fill it up and return it. The petrol was no problem. Easy in fact. Finding the bloody car hire place? Impossible. We did 4 laps of the area and our tempers were quite frayed as time was running out! Andrew deciphered the map, ...
When I first arrived in Paris, I had no idea what to expect of my apartment. All I knew beforehand was that I would be living in a studio in the same building as the other 14 Clemson students and some international students. I have to admit that when we arrived at the apartment building on day one, we were surprised. For one, we assumed our landlord spoke English, however that wasn't the ...