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... night of beautiful and comfortable sleep! PS I might be in a food coma
Also I rode on my cousins motorcycle tonight (sorry dad) because he doesn't have a car right now, and that was quite an exhilarating experience!! Guess I can check that one off my bucket list!
1. Shree Ram Jai Ram Jai Jai Ram OM
(Glory to the mother of abundance, freedom)
2. OM Dakini Namaha (I activate my stability honoring Mother ...
... table clothes and lots of tourists enjoying a drink and a cigarette. I couldn't resist the mussels, they were delicious, and of course we had the escargot. I preferred the mussels. We were off again, this time we thought we would walk to the Metro and train it back to the apartment. We walked along The Champs Élysées, so many fashion icons here. I didn't dare walk into any of them. To Mary's disgust I just stood outside and ...
... would decorate them. Look at this dirt, they should put down some nice grass like Disney." Etc. Disney ruined us.
We also found a Starbucks in France! They don't have them in Italy, so it was quite exciting to see. I got my host family some Paris, France espresso cups there. I was pleased with myself because it was not only espresso cups (I made the mistake of taking them a large coffee mug when I arrived), and they no't only had a picture ...
Our first full day in Paris starts with a light breakfast of coffee, juice and toast, as we know we have quite a lot of eating ahead of us today. But it is France, so it's sweet and buttery brioche toast. By twelve our friends Sylvain and Céline arrive. We insisted that they drag themselves all the way across town to see our kooky apartment, and they raise their eyebrows suitably when they see how it is decorated. Together we take the Métro to ...
The brilliant thing about traveling with Mitch (and, i suppose, me) is that he gives you pre-travel homework. We did ours on the road, somewhere between Chicago and Pennsylvania. Livvy researched the Louvre, and the Tour Eiffel, and Emma looked at Notre Dame, the Orsay, and the Champs Élysées. This meant that when we arrived at the Louvre Friday afternoon, jet lagged and loopy, Livvy had a plan. We walked in through the courtyard, spent a ...