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... kept trying to wrestle and coming in my room. Finally it was snack time, which made him come into my room less. After Skyping, I got ready to head into Paris to have tacos!
We went to this legit hole in the wall place, which is supposed to have the best tacos in Paris. Being a Sunday night, they were like almost out of everything. I got a vegetarian burrito, which was pretty good, but weird. It was obviously a burrito, but it still tasted like French food. We are going to have ...
Today was the first day of our tour. We woke at 5:00am to be
ready to be at reception ready to go at 6 for a 6:30-7:00 departure. While we
felt rather tired we were very excited. We began to meet some of the others
from our tour and ate our breakfast the hotel had packed for us. At 6:45 we
hopped on the bus and we were on our way by 7:00am. After introducing himself,
the first thing our tour guide said was that the French are ...
... the craftsman really shine. Instead of building upon known forms from
well-known religious archetypes, demons gave them the opportunity to flex their
imagination. It’s as if there was a competition between workshops to see who
could create the most bizarre, nightmarish forms. Neither Sainte-Chapelle nor
Notre Dame disappoint on this front. They are filled with the monsters of
I was ...
... They also seem to love people queuing!! We had a great night but I paid for it the next morning. First up was the Tower of Terror and I have to say - I was terrified. Not sure how I survived that one. We then did a few last rides, had some lunch and headed to Paris. As we arrived, Karen received a phone call from Phil (who had gone to Paris earlier) saying there had been a terrorist attack. We were a little freaked, but it all seemed fine. There have ...
... A hurried walk back and we found them on the ground amongst the leaves!!! Would have been in trouble with only dark sunglasses for the next six weeks!!!
We walked over the Pont Alexandre II [The Pont Alexandre III is a deck arch bridge that spans the Seine in Paris. It connects the Champs-Élysées quarter and the Invalides and Eiffel Tower quarter. It is widely regarded as the most ...