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... br> So, we overslept without an alarm, and got a bit behind. My blog updating is going by fits and starts. Maybe pictures will appear here in our morning, if not, then after our trip to Bayeux on Friday. I'll get there! Appreciate prayers for Dan's neck pain, which is much worse than mine. It
Seems to clamp up when he starts driving (go figure...), and makes it hard to get comfortable. Thanks! Next time Ste. Michelle, a closer look at Notre Dame and on to Versailles.
Right now I am flying from Dallas to Atlanta and then catching a connecting flight to Paris! The first USA World Cup game is going on, so hopefully I can catch the end of the game in Atlanta before I board my next flight! Praying for a safe flight and the grace of God so that I can let go once I arrive in ...
... as I headed out to do some shopping it bucketed down. Shopping done and home to wait out the rain. Stopped raining and off I went for a quick lunch at the cheese shop around the corner. Simple bowl of fresh tomato soup and Parmesan before heading down the hill to gallery Lafayette. Bit disappointing as didn't see anything I particularly liked but then it was just a quick once over! Plenty of time!! Cup of tea and a rest. ...
... br> Last thing of note - everyone knows that I'm American (or at least not from Europe) when walking the streets because I always let cars go. Europeans just walk fearlessly into the streets expecting the cars to stop in the middle of their turn and back up traffic so the pedestrian can cross. I always wait for the car to go and this causes confusion, because they're waiting for me and I'm waiting for them. It works out eventually though.
... surprised and THEN converted it to Canadian. We talked it over and finally decided that although it might seem a little indulgent, it was a very nice, versatile jacket that would have many uses. We headed to the check out, and were asked for our passport. Apparently foreigners can avoid the 12% tax with proof of citizenship. of course we didn't have our passports, choosing to leave them safely at home-- and nothing else sufficed. The tax, once known it could be avoided, was ...
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