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... my blood test results (easily organised through an international travel medical centre that I found online and emailed a month or so prior), we walked around the huge shopping mall of Les Halles which is undergoing some major redevelopment to turn it into a big contemporary green space in the centre of the city. Nearby we found the big stone head statue and the funky coloured skeleton and lip fountains next to the arty Centre Pompidou where we had fun replicating photos of little ...
... and free time with lunch again on the Avenue of the Arch de Triomphe after climbing the Arch and viewing the city at 360 degrees. AMAZING!!!!
Big day on the streets, back to hotel to dress up for our last night with the tour and off to see "Nouvelle Eve Cabaret and dinner" with Can Can. Tammy managed to get a table for 4 right at the front of the stage. Gary got chosen to dance on stage, (he should have ...
... to meet Pauline and Anna, I can't wait!
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"You’ll seldom experience regret for anything that you’ve done. It is what you haven’t done that will torment you. The message, therefore, is clear. Do it! Develop an appreciation for the present moment. Seize every second of your life and savor it. Value your present moments. Using them up in any self-defeating ways means you’ve lost them forever." ~Wayne ...
... the second day we managed to convince Sophia and Meredith to get back on a boat with us. This time it was cooler and the scenery more interesting so we redeemed ourselves after our scorching boat trip in Strasbourg. They were thrilled to see the Eiffel Tower up close and took turns spotting it from various locations across the city. We went to the Jardin des Tuileries and played at the playground, rode the ...
... person at a time to go up or down. It was really magical. This particular store was open in 1951 by George Whitman. When someone once asked him about his store George said, "I created this bookstore like a man would write a novel, building each room like a chapter, and I like people to open the door the way they open a book, a book that leads into a magic world of their imaginations." The original Shakespeare and Company bookstore opened by Sylvia Beach, in 1919 and ...