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... the gardens. We walked out the side doors to the back and couldn't fathom just how big these gardens are. They go on forever. Quickly the garden became our favorite part of Versailles. We walked around the paths for about 1.5 hours. There is a huge lake that runs the center span, and for half a fortune you can rent a boat to paddle around. There are side paths with huge hedges that have been perfectly trimmed high into the air. There are bikes and cars everywhere in here. We ...
... strike action but we were awe struck by its size. How the French people must have seethed when the swastika flag hung beneath it during the German occupation in WW2. Following a thorough inspection of the Arc we then promenaded down the full length of the Champs-Élysées. We popped in an out of numerous shops that were way out of our price range including the Mercedes dealership and Louis Vuitton. Had a coffee in McDonald's, the most profitable McDonalds in ...
So last night I had this dream that I absolutely loved and didn't want to wake up because I loved it so much. My dream started off being me seeing my entire DTS team on a flower that looked like a water lilly on a river heading to (as far as I remember) Laos, but I think it was symbolizing more Southeast Asia rather than Laos specifically. After that my dream changed. My dream became me being separated from ...
... bar called the Little Temple. An English bloke we met named Sean, an interpreter working in Stuttgart, decided to come along. Thanks to google maps, we found the place in no time. The others weren't there yet so we settled in and watched the band. But something went awry during that first beer. Ivan and Vlad were starting to feel decidedly dodgy, so decided to move closer to home. The fact that there was no cubicle in the men's sealed that decision. ...
... is that i have stumbled upon a gothic version of a japanese capsule hotel, with more dead packed together here per square inch than would seem practical; eternal rest of the sardines. Space is maximized to the most extreme degree, making even circulation my foot between some of the tombs and graves something of a challenge. That the place should maintain such an overwhelming sacred ambiance regardless is already remarkable. I take a couple of seconds to eye the map at ...
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