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... too. Then I dragged Emily to a place that 4 of us from the bus tour stood and waited last year. On a corner of the Place ... Just by some toilets. I remembered we all laughed about loitering... Anyway, while we were there.... Through the doors and down the steps.... Turns out Emily is very trusting. They were steps to an underground car park. Looked like a toilet. Very old and elaborate entrance, I'll admit. Anyway, on the way back up the ...
Kayla is sick, so we left her at the apartment, which is very nice then we went to Notre Dame and we took a few pictures. St. Chapelle was our second destination. We took lots of pictures and Moses had horns it was very cool.
So the amazing stained glass windows in St. Chapelle had pictures of Moses with horns. That is what he ment . :) ...
... night of beautiful and comfortable sleep! PS I might be in a food coma
Also I rode on my cousins motorcycle tonight (sorry dad) because he doesn't have a car right now, and that was quite an exhilarating experience!! Guess I can check that one off my bucket list!
1. Shree Ram Jai Ram Jai Jai Ram OM
(Glory to the mother of abundance, freedom)
2. OM Dakini Namaha (I activate my stability honoring Mother ...
... on. The Louvre is so big, and filled with so much artwork, as you are walking around there is so much to see it almost is overwhelming. We toured this museum for six hours, and still did not see everything.
When we left we walked around for a while, and decided that we needed to try macaroons. We bought them at a little shop and went back to the Louvre to sit on the grass and eat them. While sitting their we were laughing about how French we felt, ...
... were being buried in mass graves. This meant that human remains were everywhere, so Paris began to smell pretty terrible and it was becoming a huge public health nightmare. Everything came to a head in 1780, when the walls of a restaurant cellar next to the Cimetiere des Innocents (Innocents Cemetery) collapsed because of the weight of the dead bodies behind it. As you can imagine, what made its way into the cellar was pretty awful and this unfortunately happened at other ...