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Hi everyone, Matt here with my last entry. On Monday the 14th I took an early flight out of Athens to Paris. During the flight we got to witness a man propose to his girlfriend, which of course was followed by a few "Opa's!". Once arrived, I took a train directly to Notre Dame Cathedral, and began a very busy day of sight seeing.
... in Paris because he was the only heir to the throne and lots of people wanted to kill him. Also, back in the 1600s, Paris was extremely crowded and he wanted to get away from it all. So, he built the most amazing palace a few miles outside of the city. The palace is adorned with gold everywhere; every inch of the walls and ceilings of every room is covered in paintings and murals. The whole palace is like an art museum inside...well, it is ...
... table and saying the best, worst,
and an interesting tidbit about the day.
Her dad and uncle’s braving going to the grocery
store and picking out some excellent food for breakfast.
Skip’s aunt being our own personal Rick Steves
Skip’s mom and dad continuously calling her Skip
On Friday we arrived in Paris early in the morning and ...
... and waited in the terminal for our ferry, all eagerly waiting to see the white Cliffs once on board. Finally the time came to board and we waited to be allowed up on deck, once the ferry began we raced upstairs to get our photos. The sight was beautiful but unfortunately this is when my camera decided to die, I was in upset and mad as that meant I couldnt get photos during the day and that I now needed to buy a new one. Luckily I have ...
"An artist has no home in Europe except in Paris" - Friedrich Nietzsche
Well before the first rays of sunshine even considered making an appearance my alarm woke me from my slumber. I arose quite early this morning in order to catch the first train out of Geneva to Paris. It was five o'clock when the roar of my alarm clock pulled me ever so unkindly out of sleep's sweet embrace. I have to say that few cities in the world can get a twenty year old out of bed at five in ...