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surreptitiously strings a wire between the two towers of Notre-Dame and
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I am typing this as we leave Paris by bus ... So I apologize for the delay. Yesterday was, as the French say, fantastique! Have you ever had a traditional European breakfast? Neither had the kids ... And I think they will have a hard time returning to their cereal and milk when they return to the USA! Baguette, croissants, amazing coffee and a variety of other wonderful things ... Needless to say, we ate like royalty. After breakfast we met our bus and headed into ...
... somewhere between a soprano and alto. He just seemed to open his mouth and the sound would practically fall out....no strain or effort apparent. His volume control was all internal. It seemed like he had a dial inside he could turn up or down at will. This was truly physical phenomenon!
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... Rubens, the Italian and French Painters (yes, the Mona Lisa). The Louvre is a must see, it would take weeks to see everything on display and consequently you can just look at the specific things that interest you. However on the way back from the Louvre in the dark suburbs of Paris, without a working phone I got bloody lost. A few lucky breaks and a lot of shocking french spoken to random people saw me get home safely. I had ...
... means, but trust me when I say it could well mean Red Light District. We kept our eyes away from the sex shops, one being a sex shop supermarket, which completely changes the meaning of One Stop Shopping... The only time I did a double-take (and wished I hadn't) was when I came across a window with all the stuff you can imagine would be in it, but it was the - how do I tactfully say this? - errrr, 'ladies aid'? that was in the shape of the Eiffel Tower that made my eyes grow ...